Community Survey

SR 347 from Interstate 10 (I-10) to Peters and Nall Road is becoming increasingly congested, as it offers the most direct option for commuters traveling between the City of Maricopa and the Phoenix metropolitan area. It also provides critical ingress/egress for the continually expanding Wild Horse Pass development area in the north, serves as the primary business and commercial corridor through the City of Maricopa, and is the primary regional access route to the Ak-Chin Indian Community and its entertainment district in the south.

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is conducting a scoping study in cooperation with member agencies to allow for timely improvement of the corridor.  The primary work product will be a recommended plan to provide a safe and reliable SR 347 corridor that supports forecasted growth.  Please respond to the following survey so that your feedback may help us identify deficiencies, needs, and potential improvement strategies!

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* 1. What is your average one-way trip length in the corridor?

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* 2. Why do you typically travel in the corridor? (choose one)

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* 3. Each of the following will be considered as ideas for future improvements are developed. Which one of these is the most important? (choose one)

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* 4. If improvements to the corridor favored carpooling or future transit, would you consider that option over personal vehicle use?

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* 5. Left turn arrow phases at traffic signals can result in delays for through traffic. Would you be in favor of restricting and relocating some left turn movements to improve through traffic?

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* 6. Would you be comfortable driving in innovative/non-traditional road and intersection configurations that improve traffic operations such as reversible lanes?

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* 7. Would you be comfortable driving in innovative/non-traditional road and intersection configurations that improve traffic operations such as grade separated intersections?

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* 8. What do you think would work best to reduce crashes?
(Rank from 1-6, 1 being the strategy that would work BEST)

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* 9. Would overhead travel information signs (travel time, warning of conditions ahead, etc.) help your commute?

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* 10. What is your age? (choose one)

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* 11. What do you think is the greatest need on this corridor?

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