The way we move around our neighbourhoods from day to day affects our health.

Toronto Public Health and the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation are working together to find ways to make the Annex neighbourhood safer for pedestrians and cyclists. We want to hear what you think.

The Annex neighbourhood boundaries are Dupont Street to the north, Avenue Road to the east, Christie Street to the west, and Harbord Street to the south west.

Please respond to the survey questions based on your own experience with walking and cycling in the Annex neighbourhood. The survey will take approximately 3-4 minutes to complete.

Thank you for your time. If you have any questions about this survey please contact:

Ryan Anders Whitney
Complete Streets Researcher and Coalitions Linking Action and Science for Prevention (CLASP) Facilitator
Toronto Centre for Active Transportation
ryan.whitney@tcat.ca
416-392-0260

* 1. Do you live in the Annex neighbourhood?

* 2. How do you get around the Annex neighbourhood (choose all options that apply)?

* 3. What is your preferred mode of travel in the Annex neighbourhood (choose one)?

* 4. Which of the following do you think would improve walking and cycling in the Annex neighbourhood the most (choose all options that apply)?

* 5. Please rank the following proposed initiatives from most important (1) to least important (3) to improve walking and cycling in the Annex neighbourhood.

* 6. Please write any other recommendations you have to improve walking and cycling safety in the Annex neighbourhood.

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