The City of Proctor and partner agencies installed two short term, low cost, temporary projects at the intersections of 5th Avenue and 2nd Street and Highway 2 and 2nd Street. The project will pilot long-term design solutions to improve walking and bicycling.

The cost of these installations is significantly less than a potential long-term infrastructure project. Paint and flexible posts are meant as temporary materials. Long term design choices could include concrete curb extensions instead of the painted area. Project staff plan to remove the flexible plastic posts at the end of October or before first snow. The paint will remain throughout the winter and naturally fade away. 

Please take a moment to share your thoughts and opinions about walking, bicycling, and driving past these intersections. Responses are anonymous. For more information, please visit the Proctor Transportation Plan project website at: https://clients.bolton-menk.com/proctor2020/

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* 1. Which intersection did you visit? If you visited both, please only answer the following questions for one intersection and consider taking the survey a second time to respond for the second intersection. 

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* 2. How did you get here today?

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* 3. Do these changes make you more likely to take this route?

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* 4. What is it like to travel past the temporary project?

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Walking is easier and feels safer with the changes
Biking is easier and feels safer with the changes
Drivers can see people trying to cross the street more easily
Drivers wait for people to walk through the crosswalk
People drive more slowly and cautiously than before the changes

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* 5. Overall, how do you feel about the appearance of these changes?

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* 6. How do you feel about any or all of these changes becoming permanent? For example, instead of paint, longer term curb extensions could be concrete.

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* 7. What do you like about the demonstration project?

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* 8. What would you change about the demonstration project?

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* 9. Other thoughts, comments, feedback?

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