Woodland-Davis Alternative Transportation Corridor Study
Potential User Survey
The cities of Davis and Woodland and the County of Yolo are collectively studying the demand for and feasibility of an alternative transportation corridor connecting Woodland and Davis. The facility would begin in the southern part of Woodland, travel through unincorporated Yolo County, and connect to the northern part of Davis. The corridor would serve a combination of pedestrians and bicyclists and possibly low speed vehicles (LSV).
For those unfamiliar with LSVs, they look similar to a golf cart. They are, however, classified as motor vehicles and require a driver’s license, registration and insurance. LSVs are specifically designed to meet federal safety standards and travel up to speeds of 25 miles per hour. LSVs are not legally allowed on roads with posted speed limits greater than 35 miles per hour. Electric-powered LSVs are also referred to as Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV).
Thank you for participating in this survey, which should take no more than five minutes to complete. Completing this survey will help identify the demand for a new alternative transportation corridor as well as related issues or concerns that should be addressed during the study. Please complete one survey per person. Surveys will be tabulated on April 3, 2009 and periodically after that.
For additional information regarding this project, visit www.yolocounty.org (go to Community > Alternative Transportation Corridor). You may also contact Roxanne Namazi at RNamazi@cityofdavis.org or (530) 757-5675.