Granville Pathway Plan

This questionnaire is open to all Granville area residents. We are exploring possible areas where the community needs and wants to enhance more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly pathways. Your responses will be kept confidential, and completion of this survey is entirely voluntary. You may refuse to participate in this survey and you may discontinue participation at any time. Your responses are very important for the completion of a comprehensive pathway plan. 
This survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
This survey can be taken via smartphone, tablet, or computer.
A hard copy of this survey can be obtained upon request from the Granville library. Thank you very much!
 

 

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* 1. Are you over 18 years of age?
(Your response to this question is required to protect younger participants. If you are under the age of 18 you cannot complete this survey).

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* 2. Please state how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements:

  Strongly disagree Disagree Neither agree nor disagree Agree Strongly agree
There are sufficient well-maintained bike/walking paths near my residence.
The pathways in Granville effectively connect the members of my residence to the rest of the community.
Downtown Granville is easily accessible via bike/walk paths from my residence.
If there were more pathways and/or sidewalks in my neighborhood, walkers and bikers would feel safe.
The speed of traffic on the street I live on is too fast.
The current pathways of Granville are sufficient. We do not need any more pathways.

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* 3. If a pathway was accessible from your neighborhood, how often would you use it for the following:

  Never Infrequently Occasionally Somewhat often Frequently N/A
Going to school
Exercise
Commuting to work
To access downtown Granville
To access Granville parks

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* 4. On average, how often do you cross St. Rt. 16 on foot and/or bicycle?

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* 5. What are your main reasons for crossing St. Rt. 16? Select all that apply:

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* 6. If you had a safe pathway across St. Rt. 16, would you use it?

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* 7. To what extent do you think the following issues prevent children from walking or biking to school?

  Not a barrier Slight barrier Definite barrier Significant barrier Major barrier - totally prevents for this reason
Distance
Time of Travel
Speed of traffic along route
Amount of traffic along route
Lack of sidewalks or pathways
Lack of safety at intersections and crossings
Lack of crossing guards
Threat of violence or crime

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* 8. If there was a path available with an access point near your residence to the schools, do you feel children would use it?

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* 9. Do you feel that a pathway from the intermediate school to the high school would be utilized?

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