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The City of Cookeville, in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Transportation, is developing an update to its 2003 Pedestrian and Bicycle Circulation Plan.

Please help us to better understand your goals for walking and biking in Cookeville and let us know what types of improvements you would like to see in the city.

The survey should take about 5 minutes to complete.  Thank you for your time!

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* 1. How important are the following goals to the future of walking and bicycling in Cookeville?

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Develop a bicycle and pedestrian network that connects people to the places they want to go
Ensure bicycle and pedestrian facilities are safe and convenient for people of all ages and abilities
Design facilities that are comfortable and attractive and fit their surrounding context
Locate walking and bicycling facilities in ways that protect natural areas and provide quality open spaces
Provide facilities and programs that minimize conflicts among pedestrians, bicyclists, and vehicles
Build facilities that can be designed, developed, and maintained in a cost-effective manner
Promote walking and bicycling through pilot projects, programs, and special events
Develop and fund maintenance programs for all bicycle and pedestrian facilities
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