Musquodoboit Chamber of Commerce and Dalhousie University College of Sustainability

We would like to begin by acknowledging that we are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. Our group is working specifically in Eskikewa’kik, now known to some as Musquodoboit Harbour.
 
Description of Study: We’re inviting you to take part in a research collaboration between the Musquodoboit Chamber of Commerce and Dalhousie University. This study is facilitated by four fourth-year students from the College of Sustainability.
 
The purpose of this research is to understand the diverse perspectives and needs of Musquodoboit Harbour community members with regards to active transportation infrastructure.
 
Lead Researchers: Jordan Gowan, Sam Wallace, Matthew Wolff, Gillian Blackburn
 
Institution: Dalhousie University
 
Risks and Benefits: Risks are low in this study. Individual responses will be anonymous, but may be possibly traceable to respondents within the results.
 
The anticipated benefits of this project compare quite well against the low risk associated with this study. The information gathered from this survey will be used to help inform future infrastructure decisions.
 
Participant rights: Your participation in this research is entirely your choice. You do not have to answer questions you do not wish to answer and are welcome to stop the survey at any time if you no longer wish to participate. If you do complete your survey and you change your mind later, we will not be able to remove the information you provided as I will not know which response is yours. If you choose to participate in the study, you may discontinue participation at any time without penalty.
 
Confidentiality: The information you provide is de-identified, which means that your answers cannot be traced back to your name. This anonymous information may be shared or used with other researchers.
We will work to make sure that no one sees your survey responses without approval. But, because we are using the Internet, there is a chance that someone could access your online responses without permission. In rare cases, this information could be used to identify you.

Incentives: Outside of your voice being heard in possible policy decisions, there are no incentives to participate in this research.
By beginning the survey, you are consenting to your participation in this research study. 

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* 1. What age group are you a part of?

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* 2. What modes of transportation do you use most often? Rank from 1 - 5. 1 = least used, 5 = most used.

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* 3. What location in the village do you visit most frequently? Rank them from 1 - 9. 1 being most frequently visited and 9 being least frequently visited.

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* 4. Currently, do you walk/cycle from one location to another in the village? (e.i. Walk from the Library to the Recreation Centre)

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* 5. How often do you walk/cycle around the village? Please select the answer that fits closely with your lifestyle. 

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* 6. What transportation infrastructure would encourage you to walk or cycle more in the village? Check all that apply.

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* 7. How satisfied are you with the current transportation infrastructure in village? Rank your satisfaction of a scale of 1 - 5, 1 being very unsatisfied, 5 being very satisfied.

  1 = Very unsatisfied  2 = Unsatisfied 3 = Neutral  4 = Satisfied 5 = Very Satisfied 
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* 8. How safe do you feel using the current transportation infrastructure? Rank your feeling of safety from 1-5. 1 being very unsafe, 5 being very safe.

  1 = Very Unsafe 2 = Unsafe 3 = Neutral  4 = Safe 5 = Very Safe
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* 9. Is there an area in the village you feel most unsafe? If the answer is yes, please describe to the best of your abilities where this area is and why it stands out to you.

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* 10. If you could see one change in the roadway through the village, what would it be? Please select your top answers. If you have another comment, please write in the "Other" box.

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