Tell us about your experience walking or biking in the ARTS region. This survey is intended to help us understand the opportunities and challenges for improving bicycle and pedestrian transportation. Please see the public interactive input map (https://artsbikepedplaninputmap.altaplanning.cloud) to leave any location-specific feedback for walking and biking facilities in the study area and to view the study area boundary (the ARTS region consists of Richmond County, and the Cities of Hephzibah and Blythe in Georgia; the Fort Gordon Military Reservation; parts of Columbia County, including the City of Grovetown and unincorporated Evans and Martinez; and, parts of Aiken and Edgefield Counties in South Carolina, including the Cities of Aiken, North Augusta, New Ellenton and Burnettown).

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* 1. How would you rate the overall quality of facilities for walking in the ARTS region today?

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* 2. How would you rate the overall quality of facilities for biking in the ARTS region today?

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* 3. How important to you is improving conditions for walking and biking in the ARTS region? (Choose one)

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* 4. How often over the past year (on average) have you walked?

  A few times per year A few times per month A few times per week Daily Never
For transportation
For recreation

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* 5. How often over the past year (on average) have you biked?

  A few times per year A few times per month A few times per week  Daily  Never
For transportation
For recreation

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* 6. In the past year, what has been your primary motivation to walk? (Check all that apply)

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* 7. In the past year, what has been your primary motivation to bike? (Check all that apply)

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* 8. What destinations would you like to be able to reach by walking or biking?

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* 9. What are the barriers that prevent you from walking or biking more often? (check all that apply)

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* 10. What is the likelihood that the following types of bicycle and pedestrian facilities would influence you to walk or bike more often?

  Not Likely Somewhat Likely Very Likely
Sidewalks
Bike lanes
Buffered bike lanes
Separated bike lanes (physical buffer)
Off-street shared use paths/ greenways
Safer intersections
On-street "sharrows" (shared bicycle and vehicle lanes on lower speed streets)

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* 12. How would you describe your vision for walking and biking in the ARTS region in the future?

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* 13. Is there any additional feedback on walking and biking in the ARTS region that you would like to share?

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* 14. Please leave your email address if you would like to receive plan updates (it will not be used for any other purpose, and will not be shared).

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