Survey for Metro Active Transportation Projects

Greetings!

Do you walk, run, skateboard, bicycle, or roll in a wheelchair? Maybe it’s for recreation or exercise or to get to work. We’d love to hear from you about your experiences!

We are a research team from Portland State University funded by Metro Regional Government to understand the impacts on community members from investments in pedestrian and bicycling improvements. The projects include a mix of trail development, bicycle lanes, and pedestrian improvements in town centers. If you’ve been actively on the go in the region, please let us know what you think about these pedestrian and bicycle improvements in projects around the region.

When you click on the link below, you will be taken to a specialized google map of the region. The map includes route line segments, and points on each route for the projects around the region. You can click on a dot on the map or on the adjacent legend. A pop-up box opens and you can click on the link to the survey.

Click here to share your experiences, or here:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1shcHg63AYhpFMuxBLTuzb8EkEWO8YLbQ&usp=sharing

Your participation in this research project is completely voluntary. You may stop participating in the survey at any time. We will use what you say in our analysis and report, and may quote you directly. Your name will not be asked during the survey.

Please contact Marisa Zapata (mazapata@pdx.edu), Lacey Friedly (rlacey@pdx.edu), or Jennifer Dill (jdill@pdx.edu).

Thank you!