(Central Ave) East Grand Forks, MN - Active Participation and Opportunities for Public Involvement!!

The Grand Forks-East Grand Forks Metropolitan Planning Organization, in cooperation with MnDOT, Polk County, and City of East Grand Forks, is advancing the MN 220N Corridor Study, also known as Central Avenue. The MN 220 N Corridor Study Area includes nine intersections on MN 220 N from 140th St SW (township road/north levee) on the north; to the intersection of Central Ave/DeMers and 9th St on the south. The purpose of the study is to develop a document which will provide recommendations for future transportation facility needs along Mn220N and its crossroads.

The MPO is inviting you, as well as local stakeholders and advocates, to actively participate in advancing this initiative. Please assist our MPO in identifying current transportation issues within the corridor. Your input will be useful when refining proposed alternatives. Make your opinions count! Your suggestions and recommendations are truly appreciated. (Link to Study Area Map) Please complete this survey questionnaire to

a) Tell us about your traffic and mobility concerns with the MN 220 N Corridor;
b) Tell us your suggestions on safety problems, concerns, suggested improvements;
c) Tell us about you

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* 1. (Indicate the condition which applies to the location of the following activities within the MN 220 N Corridor Study Area. Please check all that apply).

Do you live (resident) on the MN 220 N Corridor?

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* 2. Do you work on the MN 220 N Corridor?

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* 3. Do you attend school on the MN 220 N Corridor?

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* 4. Do you own/operate a business on the MN 220 N Corridor?

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* 5. How often do you travel on the MN 220 N Corridor?

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* 6. How do you travel on the MN 220 N Corridor? (Pick your top 2. Mark only 2 options)

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* 7. What time of day do you typically travel this route? (Pick 2 time periods. Mark only 2 options)

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* 9. Do you, a friend, or a relative have a disability which could affect your/their safety in crossing any of the streets on the MN 220 Corridor?

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* 10. Please indicate the crossing intersection(s)  which could affect your/their safety in crossing any of the streets on the MN 220 N Corridor (Central Avenue)? (Please check all that apply)

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* 12. How do you perceive SAFETY at any of the following intersections?

  Very Unsafe Unsafe Neither Safe Very Safe
Mn220N and 23rd St
MN220N and 20th St
Mn220N and 17th St
Mn220N and 15th St
Mn220N and 14th St
MN220N and US2
Central Ave and 10th St
Central Ave/DeMers and 9th St

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* 13. What conditions existing on the MN 220 N Corridor (Central Avenue) would you like to improve?

  Very Satisfied Satisfied Neither Dissatisfied Needs improvement
Existing Intersections
Existing pedestrian crossings
Existing transit facilities
Safe Streets (lighting, crosswalks)

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* 14. If you describe the MN 220N Corridor - as it exists today - to someone from out of town, what would you say about the MN 220 N Corridor? Comments:

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* 15. What creative ideas or elements could be integrated into the long term vision of the MN 220 N Corridor? (Pick your top 3. Mark only 3 options)

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* 16. Other issues and observations:

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* 17. We want to be sure that we have spoken to a broad mix of people in your area. What race/ethnicity best describes you?

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* 18. Which category below includes you age?

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* 19. Which gender do you identify most with?

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* 20. What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received?

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* 21. Provide your general comments, issues, and/or ideas which should be considered for the corridor. Thank you for your cooperation!

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