The results of this Survey will be used to form the City's Complete Streets Policy

The City of Johnstown is beginning the process of developing a Complete Streets Policy for the downtown area.  This Project is being coordinated by a Project Team consisting of John Dubnansky and Jacob Zerby from the City’s Community and Economic Development Department, Vision Together 2025 coordinator Ryan Kieta, RLA and The EADS Group’s Planning Department Manager, Mark W. Lazzari, AICP.  

The City’s Complete Streets Policy will establish the Vision and will encourage streets in the downtown area to be planned, designed, operated and maintained to enable safe, convenient and comfortable travel and access for pedestrians, those using mobility devices, bicyclists and motorists of all ages and abilities.  The Complete Streets Policy will help the City be more livable and attractive for visitors, business owners, families and those with disabilities.

For this Survey, all forms of active transportation including walking, biking, driving, motorcycles, transit, wheeling, mobility devices and other forms of movement are considered.  Consideration is also given to all potential users including adults, children, residents, visitors and those with physical or other disabilities.  Additional information on Complete Streets can be found at PA WalkWorks and the National Complete Streets Coalition.

Your response is requested by August 1, 2020.

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* 1. Please identify where you live?

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* 2. How do you most likely travel through the downtown area?

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* 3. How often do you travel within the downtown area?

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* 4. When are the most likely times you travel within the downtown area? (Please check as appropriate for each)

  Morning Noon Afternoon Evening Night Never
During Work Hours
On Weekdays
On Weekends

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* 5. Once you are in downtown, on average, how often do you do the following in the downtown area?  (Please check as appropriate for each)

  Daily Weekly Monthly Seasonally Never
Walk to a business/retailor/restaurant
Bike to a business/retailor/restaurant
Drive to a business/retailor/restaurant
Walk for exercise/pleasure
Bike for exercise/pleasure
Walk to access a trail, park or open space
Bike to access a trail, park or open space
Walk to an event/venue
Bike to an event/venue
Drive to an event/venue
Take a bicycle trip to get somewhere outside of downtown
Take a walking trip to get somewhere outside of downtown

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* 6. Please give your opinion on the condition of  transportation facilities/amenities for the following user groups in the downtown area. (Please check as appropriate for each)

  Excellent Good Fair Poor No Opinion
Children
Adults
Seniors
Local Residents
Visitors
Those with Disabilities

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* 7. Please note your agreement or disagreement with each of the following statements on transportation in the downtown area.  (Please check as appropriate for each)

  Agree Disagree No Opinion
I can adequately walk through downtown
I can adequately bike through downtown
I can adequately drive through downtown
There are adequate facilities for those with disabilities

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* 8. Please identify which of the following you feel are most helpful to transportation in the downtown area. (Please check all that apply)

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* 9. In your opinion, what form of transportation needs the most improvement in the downtown area? (Please choose all that apply)

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* 10. In your opinion, which user group(s) should we focus transportation improvements on in the downtown area? (Please check all that apply)

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* 11. In an ideal mobility environment, how would you like to travel around downtown?  (Please check all that apply)

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* 12. Please list barriers you have experienced (or are aware of) that prevents walking in downtown.  (List up to four (4) in order of priority)

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* 13. If only one thing could be done to improve walking in downtown, what do you think it should be?

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* 14. Please list barriers you have experienced (or are aware of) that prevents biking in downtown.  (List up to four (4) in order of priority)

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* 15. If only one thing could be done to improve biking in the downtown, what do you think it should be?

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* 16. Please list barriers you have experienced (or are aware of) that prevents safe, convenient and comfortable travel for those with disabilities. (List up to four (4) in order of priority)

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* 17. If only one thing could be done to improve mobility for those with disabilities, what do you think it should be?

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* 18. Please describe your top priority for improving  transportation in the downtown area?

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* 19. Please make any other suggestions/comments related to the City's Complete Streets Policy.

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