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El Camino Real Corridor Study

From: domainremoved <George>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 17:10:21 -0800

Council has directed that the El Camino Real Corridor Study consider
community feedback in making recommendations. That study includes a
community web survey. The results of that survey are posted on the city
website: http://www.menlopark.org/DocumentCenter/Home/View/5651


Of the *83% of respondents who regularly drive*, the potential *change
rated highest among drivers was to enhance pedestrian safety and crossings*.
The second highest was timing traffic signals to favor North south flow.



Of the *61% of respondents who regularly bike*, the potential *change
highest rated was the inclusion of bicycle lanes, followed by enhanced
pedestrian safety and crossings and bike parking.*



*Of the 61% who walk*, the *highest rated potential change among
pedestrians was improved pedestrian safety and crossings* followed by
bicycle lanes and bike parking.



*of the 6% who use local transit*, the potential *change rated highest
among transit users was the inclusion of bike lanes, followed by enhanced
pedestrian safety and crossings*, and more bike parking.


*The least desired changes were higher travel speeds on ECR ( only 17%
positive, 32% neutral, and 51% negative). *


-- 
George C. Fisher
​1121 Cotton Street
​Menlo Park, ca​
(650) 799 5480
Fax (650) 475 1849
Received on Wed Feb 18 2015 - 17:05:48 PST

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