Open Date: August 6, 2019             
Close Date: September 6, 2019

The Roosevelt Avenue Community Transportation Input Survey No. 2 was designed with input received from Survey No. 1 and the first community input meeting held on March 27, 2019.  This survey incorporates visual concepts and options based on right-of-way along the corridor.  Survey respondents will be able to select corridor features and pedestrian enhancements, as well as to elaborate on preferences and concerns.

This survey is accessible to persons with disabilities.  If you have any issues accessing this survey or have any questions, please call Rogelio Munoz, (210) 207-6010 or 711 (Texas Relay Service for the Deaf).

 Please return to the World Heritage Office:

(Mailing Address)                            
World Heritage Office                     
P.O. Box 839966                              
San Antonio, Texas 78283              

(Physical Address)                         
World Heritage Office
101 S. Santa Rosa Street
San Antonio, Texas 78207

(Email)
Contact: Rogelio Munoz
rogelio.munoz@sanantonio.gov

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* 1. Roosevelt Avenue Study Area: From S. St. Mary's Bridge to Loop 410
Please indicate which section is most important to you and/or that you live close to along the corridor.

*Note: Section 5 combines two parts along the corridor that have similar characteristics.

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* 2. Section 1: From S. St. Mary's Street to the Lighthouse for the Blind:
Do you like the existing 4-lane roadway with curb and 4-ft sidewalks?

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* 3. Section 1: From S. St. Mary's Street to the Lighthouse for the Blind:
Would you like a proposed 3-lane roadway with a center turn lane, 5-ft bike lanes, 5-ft sidewalks and landscaping such as grass and trees?

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* 4. Section 1: From S. St. Mary's Street to the Lighthouse for the Blind:
Would you like a proposed 3-lane roadway with a center turn lane, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 5-ft sidewalks?

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* 5. Section 1: From S. St. Mary's Street to the Lighthouse for the Blind:
Would you like a proposed 3-lane roadway with a center turn lane, curbed buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 5-ft sidewalks?

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* 6. Section 1: From S. St. Mary's Street to the Lighthouse for the Blind:
Would you like a proposed 2-lane roadway with a median, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 5-ft sidewalks?

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* 7. Section 2: From Lighthouse for the Blind to VFW Blvd:
Do you like the existing 4-lane roadway with varying shoulder widths?

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* 8. Section 2: From Lighthouse for the Blind to VFW Blvd:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 9. Section 2: From Lighthouse for the Blind to VFW Blvd:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 10. Section 2: From Lighthouse for the Blind to VFW Blvd:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 11. Section 2: From Lighthouse for the Blind to VFW Blvd:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 12. Section 3: From VFW Blvd to SE Military Drive:
Do you like the existing 4-lane roadway with varying shoulder widths?

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* 13. Section 3: From VFW Blvd to SE Military Drive:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 14. Section 3: From VFW Blvd to SE Military Drive:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 15. Section 3: From VFW Blvd to SE Military Drive:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 16. Section 3: From VFW Blvd to SE Military Drive:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 17. Section 4: From March Avenue to Ashley Road:
Do you like the existing 4-lane roadway with varying shoulder widths?

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* 18. Section 4: From March Avenue to Ashley Road:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 19. Section 4: From March Avenue to Ashley Road:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 20. Section 4: From March Avenue to Ashley Road:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 21. Section 4: From March Avenue to Ashley Road:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 22. Section 5: From SE Military to March Avenue / Ashley Road to Loop 410:
Do you like the existing 4-lane roadway with varying shoulder widths?

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* 23. Section 5: From SE Military to March Avenue / Ashley Road to Loop 410:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 24. Section 5: From SE Military to March Avenue / Ashley Road to Loop 410:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, painted buffer for 5-ft bike lanes and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 25. Section 5: From SE Military to March Avenue / Ashley Road to Loop 410:
Would you like a proposed 4-lane roadway with a median, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 26. Section 5: From SE Military to March Avenue / Ashley Road to Loop 410:
Would you like a proposed 5-lane roadway with a center turn lane, 10-ft separated Bike Path and 8-ft sidewalks?

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* 27. Please rank the mode of transportation from most often used to least often used on this corridor. (1-5 with 1 being the most often used)

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* 28. What activity do you participate in most on this corridor?

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* 29.
What City Council District do you live in?

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* 30. What is your age?

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* 31.
What is your gender?

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* 32.
What is your ethnicity?

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* 33. Name (optional)

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* 34. How do you prefer to receive communication (email, phone number, text message or mailing address)?  Please provide the information below:

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