1. Streets4Everyone pilot - introduction

We would love to hear what you think about the temporary changes made to the streets in your neighbourhood. These temporary changes have been designed to make it safer, more fun, and to celebrate Tāmaki. This short survey is one of the ways we are collecting feedback. It takes just a few minutes and the survey is anonymous.
The survey findings will be shared for the purpose of the Streets4Everyone project and subject to the TRC privacy policy: <https://www.tamakiregeneration.co.nz/home/privacy-statement>
 

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* 1. To what extent do you agree with the following?

  Strongly disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly agree Not applicable or unsure
I enjoy spending time on the street
I feel safe out and about in the neighbourhood during the day
I feel safe out and about in the neighbourhood after dark
I get to meet people on the street
I feel safe from traffic
I feel safe crossing the roads
I feel safe using the alley way between Holland Avenue and Tripoli
Roaming dogs are a problem in our neighbourhood 

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* 2. Thinking of this neighbourhood, do you feel a sense of belonging or connection?

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* 3. What gives you this sense of belonging or connection?

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* 4. To what extent do you agree with the following?

  Strongly disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly agree Not applicable or unsure
The artwork on the roundabout gives the place a sense of identity
The artwork on the roundabout is cool
The artwork around the trees gives the place a sense of identity
The artwork around the trees is cool
The planting gives the place a sense of identity
The planting is cool
The solar lighting is helpful
The traffic diverter at Waddell and Anderson makes it safer for pedestrians and cyclists
No stopping yellow lines next to tree pit on Waddell Av. from May 15th

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* 5. How do you normally get around the neighbourhood?

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* 6. You may have met Toby from Open Fort when he worked with the schools in the area. He is keen to hear from you and has the following questions. Thinking about the playful changes to the footpaths and walkways on the way to school:

  A lot  A bit Not sure Not at all Not applicable
Have you noticed any of the playful things along the footpaths and walkways around here?
Have you played and interacted with them?
Do you think there should be more playful things along the route to school?
Do you think they make walking around the neighbourhood more enjoyable?
Do you think you would be more likely to walk more if there are playful things around the streets?

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* 7. Please use this space for any other comments or suggestions.

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* 8. What street do you live in?'

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* 9. What is your age?

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* 10. What is your gender?

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* 11. Which ethnic group/groups do you associate with most?

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* 12. Please let us know if you work for any of the following:

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