We want to hear from you! Please complete the survey below. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

The Metropolitan Branch Trail (MBT) is a celebrated resource in Northeast Washington, DC. On average, almost a thousand cyclists and pedestrians travel on it each day. Each year this number grows. To encourage more use, a safer ride, and to provide a better experience for existing users of the MBT, we have partnered with DDOT to develop a plan for supplemental wayfinding on and near the MBT between Union Station and Michigan Avenue. Please take a moment to fill out the below and tell us what you think works, doesn’t work and what’s missing!



 
 

* 1. If you use the MBT, what way best describes your primary usage?

* 2. Do you live or work near the MBT?

* 3. How often do you use the MBT?

* 4. Which of the following types of destinations do you use the MBT to get to? (Select up to 5 types)

* 5. How often do you use the following modes of transportation? (Check all that apply)

  Daily A few times per week Once a month A few times per year Never
Walk
Personal Bike
Capital Bike Share
Personal Car
Taxi/Ride Share Service
Bus
DC Streetcar
Metro

* 6. Are you aware there are signs along the MBT? 

* 7. What, if any, issues do you have with existing signage for the MBT between Union Station and Michigan Ave?
(Check all that apply)

* 8. Please rate how useful you find the following signs for the MBT between Union Station and Michigan Ave.

  Extremely useful Very useful Moderately useful Slightly useful Not at all useful 
Trail map
General destination signs
MBT destination signs 
MBT mile marker signs
MBT signs 

* 9. Anything we forgot? Please enter additional comments below. 

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