Our brief survey only takes 2-3 minutes to complete.

The New NY Bridge project team is working to develop the experience of the Shared Use Path (SUP) that will run along the new bridge, increasing transportation and recreation options for pedestrians and cyclists. Features will include six overlooks, or resting points, above the Hudson River.

The SUP will also include parking on each landing of the bridge, visitor pavilions, and clearly marked connections to bicycle/pedestrian networks and surrounding amenities. It will feature interpretive exhibits, art, and signage. The SUP will open following completion of the eastbound span in 2018.

We are seeking your input to help us better understand how the community will think about and utilize this new amenity.

(pictured below) Rendering of the Shared Use Path, and an example Overlook

(pictured below) Rendering of the Shared Use Path, and an example Overlook

* 1. Which of the following statements currently describe you? Select all that apply.

* 2. In which age range do you belong?

* 3. In years, how long have you resided or worked in the area?

i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

* 4. How frequently do you engage in the following hobbies or interests?

  Daily Weekly Monthly Quarterly Rarely Never
Walking / Hiking for Exercise
Walking / Hiking to Experience Nature
Riding Bike for Exercise
Riding Bike to Experience Nature
Riding Bike to Commute
Bird / Nature Watching
Visiting Historical Sites
Kayaking / Boating
Architectural / Design Tourism

* 5. How familiar are you with the Shared Use Path (SUP)?

1 (not very familiar)
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

* 6. Where would you most likely access or obtain information about the New NY Bridge Project and Shared Use Path (SUP)? [select all that apply]

* 7. How often do you expect to use the path?

* 8. When would you like for the SUP to be open for use each day?

* 9. Once the Shared Use Path is open, in what ways do you imagine using it?

  Always Occasionally Never N/A
Commute (Walk or Bike)
Exercise / Recreation
Experience Nature
Educational Experience
Art / Hobby

* 10. When imagining the experience of the Shared Use Path, with which of the following words or phrases would you associate it? Rank the following words from high association to low association:

  High Association Some Association Low Association N/A
Fun & Leisure
Regional Art
Historical Significance
Community Amenity
Connection to Nature
Health & Wellness
Running & Cycling
Recreational Amenity
Engineering Feat 
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* 11. Are there any other thoughts regarding the Shared Use Path you'd like to share?

Thank you for contributing your thoughts. Visit our website to stay up to date on construction progress and announcements of major milestones.
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