The Baltimore City Council passed a bill on Monday, May 18th of 2020 to mandate a minimum of 25-miles of Slow Streets in Baltimore City. The Slow Streets program is intended to support safe, essential physical activity by creating more outdoor space for social distancing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program also aims to increase traffic safety in light of decreased traffic volumes and higher observed speeds during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This survey seeks input from Baltimore City residents on the Slow Street program and takes an estimated 5 to 10 minutes to complete. Anonymized responses will be shared with Baltimore CIty DOT and Baltimore City Council members. Summarized, aggregated, and anonymized data will be shared with the public.

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* 1. How has your use of transportation in Baltimore City changed during COVID-19?

  Use less during COVID-19 No change Use more during COVID-19 I do not use this mode
Driving in my own car
Riding as a passenger with a friend or family member in their car
Driving in a rental car or Zipcar
Taxi, Uber, Lyft, or informal taxi (hack)
Riding my own bike
Using my personal scooter or other small vehicle (such as a moped or motorized skateboard)
Using a rental scooter (Lime or Spin)
MTA bus, Charm City Circulator, Light rail, Metro Subway, or other train
Water Taxi or other boat

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* 2. What are your priorities for transportation in Baltimore City during COVID-19?

  Most important 2nd most important 3rd most important Least important
Slowing down speeding traffic
Creating safe and comfortable spaces to walk, jog, use a wheelchair, bike, skate, scoot, etc
Creating outdoor spaces with more room to keep social distance (6 ft) from others
Supporting transportation to get me to my job and other essential locations

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* 3. How are you using Slow Streets? Select all that apply

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* 4. Do you live on a Slow Street?

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* 5. What zip code do you live in?

17% of survey complete.