The East Bay Bicycle Coalition works to improve...Geary Road Bikeway Survey

 
This is a short survey to get your input on the types of bike improvements you might like to see on Geary Road as part of its reconstruction project. The Cities of Walnut Creek and Pleasant Hill are considering options to provide a better bikeway on this street and want to hear from people who ride the street, or would ride it, if it were improved. Thanks for your input.
1. What is your connection with Geary Road? Check all that apply
2. How often do you bike on this street?
3. What are some of the things you like about riding on Geary Road? Check all that apply
4. What are some of the things you do not like about riding on Geary Road? Check all that apply
This image is a bike box. It helps bicyclists make a left turn at signalized intersections and helps discourage motorists from making a right turn across the path of bicyclists going straight thru an intersection.
Image as described above
5. Would you like to see this type of bike box installed at the intersection of Geary Road and Buena Vista/Putnam Blvd or Geary Road and Pleasant Hill Road?
This is an example of the use of high-visibility green paint, which can be used in bike lanes, particularly where drivers are allowed to cross the bike lane in order to make a turn.
Image as described above
6. Would you like to see high-visibility green paint used as part of the Geary Blvd project?
This is a buffered bike lane. It includes a 2 foot striped area between the bike lane and the travel lane, to provide separation between a bicyclist and traffic. It is useful on streets with higher speeds.
Image as described above
7. Would you like to see the bike lanes on Geary Road have a buffered stripe between the bike lane and the traffic lane?
This is a queue box, which helps bicyclists make a two-stage left turn, first across to the far side of the intersection, then stop and turn 90 degrees, and then when the light changes to green for the cross street, to exit the intersection to the left. The queue box gives a bicyclist a noticeable place to position themselves while waiting for the light to change.
Image as described above
8. Would you like to see a queue box installed at any challenging intersections along Geary Blvd?
9. Do you have any other comments or ideas for improving Geary Road for bicycling?
10. Please tell us a little about yourself (optional):
11. Please add me to your email list and keep me updated on this and other bikeway projects in Central Contra Costa County. Here's my email:
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