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1. Do you currently have the need to cross Stevens Creek Boulevard between Foothill Boulevard and Phar Lap Drive?
2. If yes, what is your typical primary mode for crossing Stevens Creek Boulevard between Foothill Boulevard and Phar Lap Drive? Choose one.
3. Do you feel the need for an additional pedestrian/bicycle crossing of Stevens Creek Boulevard between Foothill Boulevard and Phar Lap Drive?
4. If you could design your ideal alternative to cross Stevens Creek Boulevard, what would it look like and what would it feature? Enter your answer in the text box below. Feel free to include examples of similar infrastructure you have seen or heard of.
5. Would you support a pedestrian/bicycle bridge connecting Carmen Road across Stevens Creek Boulevard?
6. If yes, how often would you use it?
7. How far do you live from Carmen Road at Stevens Creek Boulevard?
8. If the feasibility study concluded that a pedestrian/bicycle bridge connecting Carmen Road is possible to implement, how would that impact you? We welcome your comments. If you have questions or comments about the Carmen Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge Feasibility Study, please enter them below.
Please provide your email address if you would like to be added to our stakeholder list (for future outreach activities and updates).
Please provide us with the nearest cross streets of your home address.