By completing this survey you will benefit by helping the PB Parking Advisory Board identify the following; 1) Parking and traffic impacts that affect our community's residents, businesses, employees, schools and visitors. 2) our community's desired solutions and 3) Revenue sources to pay for our community's desired solutions.  We recognize parking in Pacific Beach depends upon many variables, time of day, season, day of week to name a few.  Please answer the following questions based on your TYPICAL experience and not the extreme.

* 1. I am a: (check all that apply)

* 2. What are the nearest cross streets to where you live/work? (i.e Garnet, Haines)

* 3. If you work in PB, how do you PRIMARILY commute to work?

* 4. If you LIVE in PB and work outside of PB how do you PRIMARILY commute to work?

* 5. How do you travel to and from restaurants, shops, bars or beach mostly?

* 6. Which of the following statements is most true about where you live/work in PB?

* 7. If you LIVE in PB, on a scale of 1-5 how easy is it to find parking at home?

* 8. In the last year how often have you decided not to go to a restaurant, shop or bar in PB because you thought parking would be a problem?

* 9. In the last year how often have friends and/or family not wanted to visit PB because they thought parking would be a problem

* 10. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: 

  Strongly Disagree Somewhat Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Somewhat Agree Strongly Agree
PB needs better parking management
PB needs more bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements
PB needs improvements in traffic congestion
PB needs more parking enforcement
PB needs more traffic enforcement (i.e jaywalking and speeding)
PB needs more code enforcement regarding off-street parking uses

* 11. Fill in the blank: Should new construction projects require______ parking

* 12. How likely are you to use the following:

  Extremely Unlikely Somewhat Unlikely Neutral/No Opinion Somewhat Likely Extremely Likely
More or more frequent public transportation options in PB?
The future trolley station on Balboa Ave to commute to School/Work
The future trolley station on Balboa Ave for leisure (i.e the stadium, downtown or UTC)
Recommend the future trolley station to visitors
A free or low cost shuttle connecting various areas of PB including the future trolley station on Balboa Ave
Ride bike to the future trolley station on Balboa Ave
Driverless vehicles if they were allowed on public streets

* 13. How likely are you to use the following:

  Extremely Unlikely Somewhat Unlikely Neutral/No Opinion Somewhat Likely Extremely Likely
Ride share services like Uber, Lyft, Car2Go and Zip Car
Bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements on Mission Bay Dr to the future Balboa Trolley Station
More marked bike lanes around PB ( sharrows, signage indicating bicycles share the road)
More separated bike lanes around PB (cycle track, buffered bike lanes)
more bike racks throughout PB
bike parking located in place of street parking space (bike corral)

* 14. How likely are you to support

  Extremely Unlikely Somewhat Unlikely no opinion/neutral Somewhat Likely Extremely Likely
Curb pop outs at intersections to reduce vehicle speeds
Bike paths linking PB's schools, community centers, parks and other landmarks
Fewer stop signs and more traffic circles
High visibility cross walks
Lighted cross walks
One way streets in portions of the Business District

* 15. How likely would you support

  Extremely Unlikely Somewhat Unlikely No Opinion/Nuetral Somewhat Likely Extremely Likely
Portions of Garnet Ave closed to vehicular traffic for special events like Farmers' Market?
Portions of Garnet Ave. closed on Friday and Saturday nights?
Portions of Garnet Ave one way for vehicles to include separated bike lanes and wider sidewalks
Portions of Garnet Ave to be closed to vehicular traffic and used only for pedestrian and bike traffic

* 16. If revenue from the following was used for community improvements in PB, How likely are you to support:

  Extremely Unlikely Somewhat Unlikely No Opinion/Neutral Somewhat Likely Extremely Likely
Paid parking meters in portions of the business district
Paid parking meters in portions of the beach parking area
Residential parking permit program in areas adjacent to the business district 
Residential parking permit program in areas adjacent to the beach
More commercial advertising in the public right of way (i.e. on banners and trash cans) 
A paid parking facility/structure
Reduced parking requirements for new residential and commercial development if developers paid a fee to the parking district
Valet parking program
Annual fee in your property tax bill

* 17. Additional Comments:

 
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