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Name not shown inside City Limits May 28, 2024, 8:09 AM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I live along/near W. Route 66, I work along/near W. Route 66, I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region, I visit schools, medical facilities, or shops along or near W. Route 66
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? Increasing congestion, Lack of traffic lights at key intersections, Lack of alternative routes
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? Widen road to 4 lanes from Woodlands Village to Flag Ranch or I-40
Do you have any additional thoughts, or comments, regarding W. Route 66? More traffic signals are needed, especially at Woody Mountain. The proposed I-40 interchange at Woody Mountain would greatly help reduce traffic
Select the age category that best describes you. 25-40 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Post-Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Full-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $150,000 and over
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 2

Name not shown inside City Limits May 27, 2024, 10:21 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I work along/near W. Route 66, I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region, I visit schools, medical facilities, or shops along or near W. Route 66
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? access to I-40, low traffic past Forest Meadows, Convenient back way into Safeway
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? other drivers behaving unpredictably around hawk lights and merge lane, only one westbound through lane past Forest Meadows, turns into a traffic nightmare if eastbound I-40 is impacted by an accident
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? move the merge lane further west so it's not immediately after a traffic light and surrounded by tun lanes
Select the age category that best describes you. 25-40 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) More than one race
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Full-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $75,000 to $99,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 1

Name not available outside City Limits May 27, 2024, 11:29 AM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region, I visit schools, medical facilities, or shops along or near W. Route 66
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? The interesting businesses/restaurants on the road, Reasonably easy to navigate, History/ Nostalgia
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? Road is busy/wide, Uneven bike/pedestrian infrastructure, Some vacant, unused lots
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? More trees, medians for safety, more continuous pedestrian/bicycle infrastructure
Select the age category that best describes you. 25-40 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) Decline to answer
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Post-Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Full-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $100,000 to $149,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 2

Name not shown inside City Limits May 26, 2024, 5:01 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region, I visit schools, medical facilities, or shops along or near W. Route 66
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? Access to businesses, Direct route through town
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? extreme traffic, railrood tracks w/trains
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
Are there policy categories you believe are missing or unclear? specific accessibility issues for people with disabilities
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

Are there criteria you believe are missing or unclear or other comments you’d like to make about Broad Principles as an evaluation criterion? people with disabilities must be included as an underserved population
OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

Are there criteria you believe are missing or unclear or other comments you’d like to make about Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure as an evaluation criterion? People of all ages and abilities, including those with disabilities
COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? ensure a safe and accessible route for all
Do you have any additional thoughts, or comments, regarding W. Route 66? all intersections should employ "talking" crosswalk indicators
Select the age category that best describes you. 41-64 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Post-Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Retired
Which of these conditions, if any, create difficulties in getting you where you want to go? (Check all that apply) Other - mental health disorder
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $75,000 to $99,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 3 or more

Artec Durham inside City Limits May 26, 2024, 2:19 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I live along/near W. Route 66, I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Bicycle
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? Fast and direct route for bikes , Open space and trees one south side of corridor
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? Cross traffic does not look for bikes or pedestrians when turning on and off, The fourth street overpass has a difficult section of the foot's trail with a corner that is too sharp to take on a bike.
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

Select the age category that best describes you. 25-40 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Part-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $25,000 to $49,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 2

Name not available inside City Limits May 26, 2024, 8:02 AM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I live along/near W. Route 66
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? Needs a light at railroad springs and 66.
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? Put a traffic light at Railroad Springs and 66.
Select the age category that best describes you. 65 years or older
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Some college or an associate degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Part-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? Don’t know/Decline to answer
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 2

Jim Harrigan inside City Limits May 25, 2024, 3:49 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I live along/near W. Route 66, I work along/near W. Route 66
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Walk
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? I walk dogs to and around McAlister Ranch. People ask me about it. Does it have a name? Is there plans for it? Why no park?, I would like to see more trail development at McAlister Ranch, and I see other people using it too. Loop trails would be nice., People like to walk down W Kaibab Lane to get away from traffic on Route 66.
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? I do not use Route 66 to walk because there are few sidewalks. Instead I use West Kaibab Lane which is okay., The sidewalks on W Kaibab Lane need to be cleaned off and completed. I would prefer not to walk past the children waiting for their bus., Completing two lanes of travel on the Route 66 through Flagstaff would be popular especially with traffic circles.
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

Are there criteria you believe are missing or unclear or other comments you’d like to make about Broad Principles as an evaluation criterion? There is major opportunity to make McAlister Ranch an anchor for leisure and recreation.
OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

Are there criteria you believe are missing or unclear or other comments you’d like to make about Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure as an evaluation criterion? W Kaibab Lane is better for pedestrian and bicycle travel. I know other people who prefer it as well. Traffic noise and safety is unpleasant and uncurable on Route 66.
COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? Pedestrian safety from Rail Road Springs to Woodland Village Blvd, and at the corner of Woodland Village Blvd.
Select the age category that best describes you. 65 years or older
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Post-Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Full-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $100,000 to $149,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 2

Brittain Davis inside City Limits May 25, 2024, 1:57 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? Less congested, Access to Woody Mountain
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? Very few traffic controls which makes left turns onto 66 difficult, Sun can be blinding at certain times of day
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? More traffic lights or roundabouts at intersections
Select the age category that best describes you. 25-40 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Post-Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Full-time employee
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $100,000 to $149,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 1

Name not shown inside City Limits May 25, 2024, 1:45 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? The historic nature of the Route.
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? I find Route 66 fairly easy to travel. , The increase in traffic, but it is that way all over Flagstaff.
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

Select the age category that best describes you. 65 years or older
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Post-Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Retired
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $100,000 to $149,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 2

Name not shown inside City Limits May 25, 2024, 1:29 PM

What is your relationship with W. Route 66? (Select all that apply) I use W Route 66 to travel within or across the region
What is your primary mode of transportation (Select one) Drive / Carpool
As we begin, tell us three (3) things you enjoy about traveling on or around the W. Route 66 corridor? Lack of lights, Speed limit, Easy visibility
Now tell us three (3) things you find difficult or unenjoyable about traveling on or around W. Route 66? Lack of OFF road bike infrastructure , No sidewalks , Lack of two lanes on each side or turn lanes
BROAD PRINCIPLES: Regional plans & policies revealed the broad principles of traveler safety and comfort, preservation of our natural and cultural environment; mutually supportive transportation and private development, and the equitable distribution of transportation investments and their effects.
OPERATIONS: A corridor that operates well for all modes of travel will safely manage accessibility – getting from the corridor to a residence, business, or other destination - and mobility – the ability to travel longer distances reliably and effectively.
ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE: This recognizes that many plans and policies address historic under-investment in pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure. Elevating this investment ensures our most vulnerable road users are offered safe and comfortable facilities that improve access.
COST & FUNDING: Your tax dollars from Prop. 419 will fund some corridor improvement projects, so making cost-effective improvements is important. The City has used some 419 funds to match federal grants on other transportation projects. This makes local dollars go further.
BROAD PRINCIPLES How important are each of these criteria in holding true to our Broad Principles?

OPERATIONS: How important are each of these criteria to achieving Operations objectives?

ELEVATING BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE
How important are each of these criteria to Elevating Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure?

COST AND FUNDING: How important are each of these criteria to project cost and funding?

If there is one thing you could do to “fix” traveling the W. Route 66 corridor, what would it be? Off road bike infrastructure
Do you have any additional thoughts, or comments, regarding W. Route 66? Limit the amount of lights. Incorporate round about. And ensure there is good FUTS expansion/ connectivity. Ensure Bikes are off road and protected
Select the age category that best describes you. 25-40 years old
How do you describe yourself? (Select one) White/Caucasian
What is your highest grade of school or years of college that you have completed? (Select one) Bachelor’s Degree
What best describes your current employment situation? (Select one) Full-time employee
Which of these conditions, if any, create difficulties in getting you where you want to go? (Check all that apply) Other - Noise
Which of the following income groups includes your total household income for 2023 before taxes? $50,000 to $74,999
How do you describe your gender? (Select one) Male
How many automobiles, vans, and trucks are kept at your home for use by members of the household? 1