Near Westside Neighborhoods and University Avenue Transportation Study

 
Thank you for completing this survey for the Near Westside Neighborhoods and University Avenue Transportation Study. Your responses will help shape the future operation of the corridor for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, and drivers. The City of Madison, Village of Shorewood Hills, and University of Wisconsin-Madison are working together to identify issues and evaluate short-term and long-term modifications to the transportation systems in the area.

Please note that the survey questions are primarily in multiple choice format rather than open ended essay format to ease tabulation of the results. There is an opportunity to provide additional written thoughts at the end. The study corridor along University Avenue is from Segoe Road to Breese Terrace, shown on the map below. You may skip questions if you feel they do not apply to how you travel the corridor and adjacent neighborhoods.

Thank You!
Survey Respondent Map
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1. Based on the map provided, please indicate where you live:
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2. Based on the map provided, please indicate where you work:
3. How do you travel the University Avenue/ Campus Drive corridor?
DailyA few times per weeksA few times per monthRarely / never
Personal motor vehicle to/ from work
Personal motor vehicle errands/ other travel
Metro Transit or other shared ride
Bicycle
Pedestrian/ Wheelchair
4. Please prioritize the MOTOR VEHICLE concerns associated with the University Avenue/ Campus Drive Corridor.
Major ConcernAgree it is an IssueNot a Concern
Too much congestion along the corridor during rush hours
Travel speeds are too fast
Difficulty crossing or making a left turn on to Univeristy Avenue from an unsignalized intersection
Difficulty turning left off of University Avenue to a side street or driveway
Congestion at major intersections (Midvale Boulevard, Shorewood Boulevard, University Bay Drive/ Farley Avenue, etc.)
5. Please prioritize the NEIGHBORHOOD TRANSPORTATION concerns associated with the University Avenue/ Campus Drive Corridor and the neighborhoods north and south of it.
Major ConcernAgree it is an IssueNot a Concern
Difficulty crossing University Avenue/Campus Drive for bicycles and pedestrians.
Missing east-west bicycle and pedestrian connections (for example between University Bay Drive and Shorewood Blvd)
Missing north-south bicycle and pedestrian connections (for example between the Southwest Path and the Blackhawk/West Campus Path)
Use of neighborhood on-street parking by daily commuters
Use of neighborhood streets to bypass congested roads or intersections (cut-through traffic)
6. If you drive University Avenue/ Campus Drive regularly, please check all that apply:
7. Please indicate your opinion regarding improvements to mobility along the University Avenue/Campus Drive corridor.
8. You may provide additional comments in the space below. Please limit your comments to about two hundred words or less.
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