* 1. Why do you walk? (check all that apply)

* 3. When do you typically walk? (check all that apply)

* 4. What is the average distance you walk per week?

* 5. What type of walking facilities do you use most frequently? (select top two)

* 6. Where do you live?

* 8. Please list any places in your neighborhood that are unsafe for walking and the reason(s) they are unsafe. List them in order of highest to lowest priority.

* 9. Which of the following accessibility deficiencies are problems in your community?

* 10. Please list any locations in your community where the deficiencies listed in question 9 are a problem and describe the type of problem. List them in order of highest to lowest priority.

* 11. Do any of the following barriers cause you to walk out of your way or prevent you from walking to destinations?

* 12. Do any of the following barriers prevent you from walking to work, school, for errands, to transit or for recreation?

* 13. Are there destinations in your community you would like to walk to but can’t? If yes, please list them below and in order of highest to lowest priority:

* 14. Do you have trouble walking to/from any of the communities surrounding your community? If yes, which communities?

* 15. On a scale from 1 to 4, with 1 indicating strongly agree and 4 indicating strongly disagree, please tell us about your general impressions of walking in your neighborhood.

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree
There is enough buffer between sidewalks and moving traffic.
Sidewalks are clear of obstructions.
Destinations are within walking distance.
The sidewalks are in good condition.
The sidewalks are wide enough.
The sidewalks are clean.
There is enough lighting.
There is enough shade on my walks.
My walk is aesthetically pleasing.
There are amenities for walkers such as benches and drinking fountains.

* 16. What would make walking in your neighborhood more pleasant (for example: more trees, benches, wider sidewalks, better lighting)?

* 17. Please rate your preference for the following types of pedestrian improvements.

  Lowest priority Somewhat of a priority More of a priority Highest priority
Infill of sidewalk gaps
Improvements to crosswalks that are uncontrolled or difficult to cross
Adding or improving signalized intersections
Adding or improving pedestrian signage
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements
Traffic calming projects
Safe Routes to School programs
Pedestrian awareness and education campaigns

* 18. Other comments about pedestrian issues in your neighborhood or other San Diego areas:

Thank you for completing the City of San Diego Pedestrian Master Plan survey!