Keyport Survey

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Introduction

The Borough of Keyport is working on a Complete Streets Plan and Implementation Policy. If you are not familiar with the project, you may wish to read more about it here before taking this survey.

The questions are intended to give us a preliminary idea of how you use streets, what you see as the issues, and what your priorities are. If you want to know more about ways you can get involved in this project visit the Get Involved Page.

Finally, we understand that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, your life may be substantially different than it was even three months ago. We know this may make it hard to think about what streets should look like in one year, let alone in 10 years. When answering these questions, please assume that COVID-19 will be substantially under control within the next year. However, if you think there will be long-term impacts from the crisis, please consider those in your responses.

1. What is your email address? (Optional)

2. Which of the following describes you (check all that apply)





The following asks you to tell us how frequently you walk and bike to do several things. Please answer this question based on how you typically performed these tasks before the COVID-19 restrictions.

3. How often do you walk to…

Always More than half the time Half the time Less than half the time Never Not Applicable
Go grocery shopping
Go to the doctor
Go to the pharmacy
Go to the bank
Go to your place of worship / church
Go to school
Take your kids to school or daycare
Go out to eat (in Keyport)
Go shopping (in Keyport)
Go to a park, recreation field, or open space (in Keyport)

The following asks you to tell us how frequently you walk and bike to do several things. Please answer this question based on how you typically performed these tasks before the COVID-19 restrictions.

4. How often do you ride your bike to…

Always More than half the time Half the time Less than half the time Never Not Applicable
Go grocery shopping
Go to the doctor
Go to the pharmacy
Go to the bank
Go to your place of worship / church
Go to school
Take your kids to school or daycare
Go out to eat (in Keyport)
Go shopping (in Keyport)
Go to a park, recreation field, or open space (in Keyport)

5. I would walk more in Keyport if (please check all that apply)









6. I would ride a bike more in Keyport if (please check all that apply)









7. For this question, assume that you are responsible for setting the priorities for how the Borough will allocate its road improvement funds over the next 10 years. Assuming that higher priority efforts will get more funding, please select your three (3) most important priorities:

 Reduce traffic injuries and fatalities

 Support business activity

 Increase access to jobs, schools, and key services, especially for lower-income and/or disadvantaged communities

 Increase access for people with limited transportation options (e.g. no car, limited public transit access, etc.)

 Improve transportation for those who have mobility limitations (young/elderly, disabled, etc.)

 Reduce pollution and protect against flooding

 Reduce automobile traffic

 Maintain roadways and sidewalks, improving lighting, providing benches, etc.

8. Once again, assume that you are responsible for setting the priorities for how the Borough will allocate its road improvement funds over the next 10 years. Assuming that higher priority modes will get more funding, please select your three (3) most important priorities:

 Pedestrians (walking)
 Bicycling 
 Driving
 Carpooling
 Taxis & Ride Shared
 Buses & Shuttles
 E-scooters, skateboards, and the like

9. If you ride a bike, where do you feel comfortable riding:








10. Which of the following do you think the Borough should do to support economic and community development in response to COVID-19?






11. Which of the following do you think the Borough should do to support economic and community development in response to COVID-19?









12. If COVID is substantially contained, do you think you will do any of the following more than before the COVID crisis:








The following questions ask a little bit more about you. They help us determine if there are members of the community that are not being represented in this survey. Your details will not be shared.

13. How old are you?





14. How do you identify?






15. What language do you speak at home (check all that apply)?



16. How well do you speak English?





17. Do you own a car?



18. Does someone in your household have a car that you use?



19. What is your household’s total income?






20. How do you identify?











Thank you for you feedback!