Transportation Issues Poll for New York City

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1 Transportation Issues Poll for New York City 82% support Vision Zero and reducing traffic deaths 72% on average, support more street space for children to play, protected bike lanes and other safety designs, even if it results in less parking space. The average poll respondent is: A car owner 53 years old Votes every year New Yorkers overwhelmingly support Vision Zero and the City s efforts to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured in traffic. 63% percent of respondents strongly support Vision Zero, a figure that rises to 73% among Black, Hispanic and lower-income New Yorkers groups that are disproportionately affected by traffic crashes and poor transit service. A total of 82% of New Yorkers polled either strongly or somewhat support Vision Zero. New Yorkers strongly favor street safety changes and more space for children over parking. On average, approximately 72% support protected bike lanes, dedicated bus lanes, safe pedestrian space, places for children to play, speed bumps and other street design measures to slow down traffic, even if they result in fewer parking spots and less space for vehicles. Such support remains strong even among car-owners. Car ownership. 68% of poll respondent households own a car vs 46% among the general city population, and strongly support street safety measures and better transit dispelling the notion that car owners oppose safety changes for pedestrians and bicyclists.

2 Transportation Issues Poll for New York City Consistently, New Yorkers say they want to see officials prioritize street safety and better transit, and that s true of car owners as well. Black, Hispanic and lower-income New Yorkers in particular support these measures, and they're also the ones disproportionately affected by dangerous streets, speeding and poor transit service. Infrastructure investment. 8 of 10 New Yorkers (80%) strongly support infrastructure investments to fix dangerous streets to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries. 12% When New Yorkers learn of the safety benefits of street improvements and protected bike lanes, their support for those measures is even stronger. When learning that widened sidewalks and pedestrian safety islands have reduced traffic injuries and fatalities by over 40%, the level of "strong support" grew by 12%-points to 51%, with an additional 29% who support it somewhat - for a total support level of 68%. Protected bike lanes are becoming more popular. Support for bike lanes has increased significantly since % strongly supported protected bike lanes in 2013 vs 40% in a remarkable increase given that the growing support is taking place within a city with even more bike lanes every year. The more New Yorkers experience protected bike lanes, the more they support them. The total support (adding strong and somewhat support) was 53% in 2013 vs 68% in Bike share expansion and protected bike lanes. 7 of 10 (71%) New Yorkers support expanding Citi Bike (bike share) to more neighborhoods in all five boroughs. Nearly the same ratio believe expansion of Citi Bike should include adding protected bike lanes in areas of Citi Bike expansion. Traffic enforcement. New Yorkers strongly support better enforcement against dangerous driving. 81% of respondents think penalties should occur more frequently and faster against drivers who negligently kill or injure others. And 82% think the Right of Way misdemeanor is either an appropriate penalty or is not strong enough (the law makes it a misdemeanor crime, punishable by a maximum of 30 days imprisonment, for failing to yield and injuring or killing a pedestrian or bicyclist with the right of way, while failing to use due care). Among lower-income New Yorkers, 97% believe this and only 1% of lower-income New Yorkers believe the Right of Way law misdemeanor penalty is too strong.

3 Transportation Issues Poll for New York City Strong support for car-free "PeopleWays" to address L-Train shutdown for tunnel repairs. To accommodate more than 250,000 current L-Train riders during the 2019 shutdown, 66% of respondents support car-free corridors on 14th St. in Manhattan and Grand St. in Brooklyn, to make room for faster dedicated bus-only service, protected bike lanes and expanded pedestrian space. Congestion pricing, fixing NYC transit and MTA control. New Yorkers overwhelmingly support fees, similar to the Move NY Fair Plan that changes the tolls on bridges, to help pay for improvements to transit, infrastructure and alleviate traffic congestion. Respondents preferred a tolling plan by a ratio of 9-1 when compared to raising transit fares, and by a ratio 3-1 when compared to raising taxes on all residents. Just 28% of respondents believed the NY Governor controls the MTA. Strong support for speed safety cameras. New Yorkers overwhelmingly support more speed enforcement cameras near schools to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries. 84% of all respondents support placing speed enforcement cameras near more city schools than the 140 currently allowed under state law, with 64% of respondents expressing strong support. Driverless cars. 80% of New Yorkers say autonomous vehicles must be designed and regulated to protect the most vulnerable people (pedestrians and bicyclists) on the streets.

4 Appendix: Detailed Results of Transportation Issues Poll for New York City Methodology Penn Schoen Berland (PSB) conducted live telephone interviews from November 16-28, 2016 among n=880 New York City likely voters. The margin of error for this study is +/- 3.30% at the 95% confidence level and larger for subgroups. Some percentages may add to more or less than 100% due to rounding. Definition of crosstabs Crosstab Definition % total % New York Likely New York City registered voters who say they will definitely or probably vote in the November 2017 elections for Mayor and City Council 100 Track 13 Where applicable, tracked findings reflecting the 2013 Mayoral Survey n/a 11 Where applicable, tracked findings reflecting the 2011 Election Survey n/a Gender M Male 48 F Female 52 <35 Age Age Age Age Age 65 and over 20 D Considers self a Democrat 67 Considers Self R Considers self a Republican 13 I Considers self an Independent, other, or doesn t know 12 Q Lives in Queens 25 BK Lives in Brooklyn 30 Borough BX Lives in the Bronx 13 M Lives in Manhattan 25 SI Lives in Staten Island 7 W White, non-hispanic 54 Race B Black, non-hispanic 23 H Hispanic or Latino 12 O Other, non-hispanic 10 <50k Household income under $50,000 per year 22 Income 50-99k Household income between $50,000-$99,000 per year k+ Household income above $100,000 per year 34 Own car Y Owns a car 68 N Does not own a car 31 Rides bike Y Rides a bicycle at least once a month 23 N Does not ride a bicycle at least once a month 77 Issues results: pages 2-12 Demographics: pages Page 1 Appendix

5 Topics: Vision Zero, Investment in Street Safety Measures, Bus Lanes and Protected Bike Lanes 1. How much have you heard, read, or seen regarding Mayor Bill de Blasio s Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries in New York City? A lot Some A little Nothing at all Don t Know (Vol.) Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose Vision Zero and reducing the number of people killed in traffic? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) ALL HEARD THE FOLLOWING: During the first two years of Mayor de Blasio's Vision Zero program, traffic fatalities fell by nearly 20%. This past year, however, traffic fatalities have held steady, with some types of traffic deaths rising by over 25%. 3. Please indicate whether you would strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose each of the following strategies designed to get Vision Zero back on track. (%) NYC likely voters Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Infrastructure investments to fix dangerous streets like Queens Boulevard Police crackdowns on reckless drivers Speed cameras around city schools Traffic safety education programs Page 2 - Appendix

6 4. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose infrastructure investments to fix dangerous streets like Queens Boulevard designed to get Vision Zero back on track. Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose police crackdowns on reckless drivers designed to get Vision Zero back on track. Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose speed cameras around city schools designed to get Vision Zero back on track. Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose traffic safety education programs designed to get Vision Zero back on track. Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Page 3 - Appendix

7 8. Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding more places for children to play to your neighborhood, even if it resulted in fewer car parking spots and less space for vehicles? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding more safe walking space to your neighborhood, even if it resulted in fewer car parking spots and less space for vehicles? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding more speed bumps and other measures to slow down traffic to your neighborhood, even if it resulted in fewer car parking spots and less space for vehicles? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding more protected bike lanes to your neighborhood, even if it resulted in fewer car parking spots and less space for vehicles? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Page 4 - Appendix

8 12. Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding more dedicated bus lanes to your neighborhood, even if it resulted in fewer car parking spots and less space for vehicles? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Topics: Street Safety Improvements Impact on Car Flow and Parking Availability 13. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding street safety improvements like widened sidewalks, protected bike lanes and landscaped pedestrian safety islands to streets in your neighborhood? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) ALL HEARD THE FOLLOWING: Street safety improvements like widened sidewalks and enhanced crosswalks have been proven to reduce traffic injuries and fatalities by over 40%. 14. Given what you just heard, do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding street safety improvements like widened sidewalks and landscaped pedestrian safety islands to streets in your neighborhood? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Page 5 - Appendix

9 15. AMONG THE 73% THAT SUPPORT ADDING STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: Would you still support such street safety improvements if they were shown to have a small negative impact on car flow and parking availability? Track Yes No Don t Know (Vol.) AMONG THE 24% THAT OPPOSE ADDING STREET SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: Would you support such street safety improvements if they were shown to have no impact on car flow and parking availability? Yes No Don t Know (Vol.) Page 6 - Appendix

10 Topics: Protected Bike Lanes Impact on Car Flow and Parking Availability 17. Protected bike lanes separate and protect bicyclists from vehicle traffic. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding protected bike lanes to streets in your neighborhood? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) ALL HEARD THE FOLLOWING: Protected bike lanes have been proven to reduce the number of crash injuries to pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists by over 40%. 18. Given what you just heard, do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose adding protected bike lanes to streets? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) AMONG THE 73% THAT SUPPORT ADDING PROTECTED BIKE LANES: Would you still support protected bike lanes if they were shown to have a small negative impact on car flow and parking availability? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Page 7 - Appendix

11 20. AMONG THE 16% THAT OPPOSE ADDING PROTECTED BIKE LANES: Would you support adding protected bike lanes if it could be shown to have a positive impact or no impact at all on car flow and parking availability. Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Topics: Citi Bike Expansion and Protected Bike Lanes 21. In 2016, New York City s bike share program (Citi Bike) will expand to more neighborhoods. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose expanding Citi Bike to more neighborhoods in all five boroughs? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) In certain neighborhoods where New York City s bike share program will expand in 2016, there are no existing bike lanes. Do you think the expansion of the bike share program should include the addition of protected bike lanes? Yes No Don t Know (Vol.) Page 8 - Appendix

12 Topics: Traffic Enforcement and the Right of Way Law 23. In January 2014, a 9-year old boy was killed by a sober driver while crossing the street holding his father s hand. The driver failed to yield and failed to use due care to avoid hitting the boy and his father inside the crosswalk. After more than a year of legal procedures, the driver s license was suspended for six months and he was fined a total of $880. Do you believe penalties should occur more frequently and much faster against drivers who negligently kill or injure others? Yes No Don t Know (Vol.) In 2014, parents whose children were killed walking in crosswalks when drivers failed to yield helped pass New York City s Right of Way law. The law makes it a misdemeanor crime, punishable by a maximum of 30 days imprisonment, for a driver to injure or kill a pedestrian after failing to use due care and failing to yield to the pedestrian. Do you support this Right of Way law? Yes, it is an appropriate penalty No, the misdemeanor penalty is too strong No, the misdemeanor penalty is not strong enough, 30 days is insufficient Don t Know (Vol.) Page 9 - Appendix

13 25. In the last year, how often have you seen the following traffic violations on New York City streets? Almost Very Only occasionally (%) NYC likely voters Often Sometimes everyday often or never Talking on a handheld cell phone while driving Speeding Not yielding to other motor vehicles Reckless driving Red light running Not yielding to pedestrians or bicyclists Topics: L-Train Shutdown, Congestion Pricing, Driverless Cars 26. How much have you heard about the 2019 shutdown of the L-train to make tunnel repairs? A lot Some A little Nothing at all Don t Know (Vol.) ALL HEARD THE FOLLOWING: The MTA has announced a shutdown of the L-train in 2019 to make tunnel repairs. This will leave up to 225,000 daily riders without this transportation option between Brooklyn and Manhattan and along 14 th Street in Manhattan, and is expected to result in more people using cars. To address this, many New Yorkers and elected officials are calling for turning 14 th Street in Manhattan and Grand Street in Brooklyn into a car-free People Way to make room for faster dedicated bus-only lane service, protected bike lanes and expanded pedestrian space along the corridor. Such changes could allow 14 th Street to accommodate twice as many commuters as it currently does. 27. Do you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose this proposed plan for a People Way on 14 th Street in Manhattan and Grand Street in Brooklyn? Strongly support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Don t Know (Vol.) Page 10 - Appendix

14 28. Who do you believe controls the MTA, including New York City s subways, buses, and bridges? The New York State Legislature The Governor The Mayor The New York City Council Don t Know (Vol.) For years, New York City s subways, buses and road network have been underfunded and in need of investment, resulting in poorer service, crumbling roads, and traffic congestion. Some drivers also pay high tolls to cross bridges in Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island while other drivers pay no tolls at all on most bridges leading into Manhattan. To help pay for improvements to transit and New York City s roads and bridges, what should the Governor do first? Raise transit fares for subway and bus riders Raise taxes on all residents Introduce new tolls on bridges that lead into Manhattan currently without tolls, while lowering them on bridges in other boroughs that already have high tolls None of the above Don t Know (Vol.) Page 11 - Appendix

15 30. Imagine a situation where a self-driving / autonomous car has only two options: swerve to avoid hitting a pedestrian on the road, which may cause the car occupant to be injured OR continue and hit the pedestrian, which will likely leave the car occupant unharmed but may either injure or kill the pedestrian In this situation, there are no other options. What should the car do? Protect the pedestrian; swerve to avoid hitting the pedestrian Protect the car occupant; continue and hit the pedestrian Don t Know (Vol.) Demographics 31. Does your household own a car? Track Yes No On a typical day, how much time do you spend in a car? 3+ hours hours hours minutes to 1 hour Between 1-30 minutes I spend no time in a car on a typical day Don t Know (Vol.) Page 12 - Appendix

16 33. Are you male or female? Male Female AGE Which borough do you live in, or do you live outside New York City? Queens Brooklyn Bronx Manhattan Staten Island Which borough do you work in, or do you work outside New York City? Queens Brooklyn Bronx Manhattan Staten Island Outside New York City I do not work/ am not employed Don t Know (Vol.) Page 13 - Appendix

17 37. For statistical purposes only, we need to know your total household income for Will you please tell me which of the following categories best represents your total family income? Less than $20, $20,000-$34, $35,000-$49, $50,000-$74, $75,000-$99, $100,000- $150, $150,000- $200, $ $250, $ or more Don t Know/Refused (Vol.) Regardless of how you are registered to vote, do you consider yourself a Democrat, Republican, Independent, or something else? Democrat Republican Independent Other Don t Know (Vol.) AMONG THE 67% WHO CONSIDER THEMSELVES DEMOCRAT: And would you say you are a strong Democrat or do you lean Democrat? Strong Democrat Not strong Democrat Don t Know (Vol.) Page 14 - Appendix

18 40. AMONG THE 13% WHO CONSIDER THEMSELVES REPUBLICAN: And would you say you are a strong Republican or do you lean Republican? Strong Republican Not strong Republican Don t Know (Vol.) AMONG THE 20% WHO CONSIDER THEMSELVES INDEPENDENT, OTHER, OR DON T KNOW: But if you had to choose, would you say you are closer to the Democrats or the Republicans? Closer to the Democrats Closer to the Republicans Neither Don t Know (Vol.) Are you yourself of Hispanic or Latino origin or descent, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or some other Spanish background? Yes No Don t Know (Vol.) AMONG THE 88% NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO: What is your race? White African American/Black Asian Other Hispanic/Latino (Vol.) Don t Know (Vol.) Page 15 - Appendix

19 44. RACE White, non Hispanic Black, non Hispanic Hispanic / Latino Asian, non Hispanic Other, non Hispanic 45. Did you vote in the last New York City mayoral election in 2013? Yes No Don t Know (Vol.) Finally, did you take this survey by landline or cell phone? Landline Cell Phone Screen 47. How likely are you to vote in the next elections for NYC Mayor and City Council in November 2017? Will you? Definitely vote Probably vote Might or might not * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Probably not vote * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Definitely not vote * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Don t Know (Vol.) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * By definition, all likely voters had to say Definitely vote or Probably vote Page 16 - Appendix

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