El Paso County 2040 Major Transportation Corridors Plan

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1 El Paso County 2040 Major Transportation Corridors Plan Connect-our-County Online Transportation User Survey Preliminary Results June 24, 2010

2 Years of Residence 2. How many years have you LIVED HERE? 35% 30% 32% 25% Percent Responses 20% 15% 18% 15% 17% 13% 5% 6% 0% Less than 1 year 1 5 years 6 10 years years years More than 35 years Years of Residence 2

3 Travel Modes 3. Which MODES OF TRANSPORTATION do you or other members of your household normally use to get to/from work, school or other frequently traveled destinations? Number of Responses Car drive alone 11 Carpool or vanpool Taxi Bicycle Walk Motorcycle Public Transportation (bus) Other 3 Travel Mode

4 Traffic Safety 4. How would you rate TRAFFIC SAFETY in unincorporated El Paso County? 4

5 Traffic Safety Near Schools 5. How would you rate TRAFFIC SAFETY NEAR SCHOOLS in unincorporated El Paso County? 35% 30% 32% 33% 25% Percent Responses 20% 15% 19% 5% 7% 9% 0% Poor Average Good Excellent Don't know / No response Traffic Safety Near Schools 5

6 Bicycle Safety 6. How would you rate the following areas for BICYCLE SAFETY in unincorporated El Paso County? From your neighborhood to local shopping 1.9 To the parks and open spaces in your neighborhood 2.7 To the schools in your neighborhood 2.6 On paved recreational trails 4.1 On roadways with bike lanes or wide shoulders 3.4 On roadways (Not Safe) (Very Safe) 6

7 Condition and Maintenance of Streets 7. How would you rate the CONDITION AND MAINTENANCE OF STREETS in unincorporated El Paso County? On local and rural roads around El Paso County 2.5 On highways in El Paso County 3.0 In neighborhoods / subdivisions (Poor) (Excellent) 7

8 Ease of Travel By Car 8. How would you rate the EASE OF TRAVEL BY CAR? Between your work place and home 3.6 To/from shopping 3.3 On major streets that run east/west in El Paso County 2.8 On major streets that run north/south in El Paso County 3.4 Within El Paso County (Poor) (Excellent) 8

9 Pedestrian Safety 9. How would you rate the following areas for PEDESTRIAN SAFETY and other factors that promote walking? Along paved off street trails and paths in El Paso County 3.7 Along major streets in El Paso County 2.4 Near schools in your neighborhood 3.1 In your neighborhood (Poor) (Excellent) 9

10 Issues in Unincorporated El Paso County 10. How do you rate the following issues in unincorporated El Paso County? 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% Could be a Problem in the future Major Problem Now 30% Minor Problem Now Not a Problem 20% 0% 10 Air Quality Smog (ozone) Air Quality Dust (particulate matter) Truck traffic on highways Truck traffic on local roads Traffic delays caused by Trains Width of county roads Quality and placement of Traffic Signs Road drainage Sidewalks Pavement quality (ride quality) Vegetation in roadway corridor

11 Examples of Traffic Congestion 11. Please indicate whether you would consider the following situations to be examples of TRAFFIC CONGESTION. 100% 90% 80% 88% 95% 89% 70% 73% Percent Responses 60% 50% 40% 30% 41% 20% 0% 6% Driving in traffic at posted speed limit Driving in traffic 5 mph slower than the posted speed limit Driving in traffic 10 mph slower than the posted speed limit Driving in traffic that is barely moving or stopped Being stopped by more than 2 red light cycles at the same traffic light Being stopped by more than half of the traffic lights you encounter 11

12 Existing and 2040 Traffic Congestion 12,13. Overall, how do you think current level of TRAFFIC CONGESTION is and how will it be IN THE YEAR 2040 in El Paso County? 100% 90% 2% 16% 80% 70% Percent of Responses 60% 50% 40% 65% 72% Not sure A Major problem A Minor problem Not a problem 30% 20% 17% 17% 0% 1% 12 Existing 2040 Traffic Congestion in El Paso County

13 Time of Day Traffic Congestion 14. For each of the following times, please rate TRAFFIC FLOW in El Paso County as heavily congested, somewhat congested, or not congested. 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% Heavily Congested Somewhat Congested Not Congested 30% 20% 0% From 7:00 to 9:00 in the morning on typical weekdays From 3:00 to 6:00 in the afternoon on typical weedays In the middle of the day on typical weekdays On Weekends In Summer 13

14 Roadway System Rating 15. Overall, how would you rate the ROADWAY SYSTEM in unincorporated El Paso County? 60% 50% 50% 40% Percen Responses 30% 20% 20% 21% 0% 7% 1% Poor Average Good Excellent Don't know / No response Roadway System Rating 14

15 Travel To/From Home 16. Several types of trips that you may take are listed below. For each one, please indicate how easy or difficult it is to travel to/from your home and the following destinations: In the unincorporated, rural areas of El Paso County 3.4 Within Colorado Springs and other cities and towns 2.9 Between your home and local schools 3.8 Between your home and shopping areas 3.5 Between your home and workplace (Very Difficult) (Very Easy) 15

16 Level of Support 18. Please indicate your LEVEL OF SUPPORT for the following statements. Taxes should pay for growth related roadway needs from new developments to encourage economic development. 2.4 New developments should pay for their need and impacts to the roadway system. 4.5 More money should be spent on expanding and widening the roadway system to increase access and mobility throughout the County. 3.7 More money should be spent on maintenance to improve the quality of roadways in the County. 4.0 Streets should be improved to accommodate all modes of travel auto, truck, pedestrian, and bicycle. 3.6 Driveway access should be consolidated in commercial corridors to increase traffic flow and traffic safety. Sidewalks and trails to increase connectivity for pedestrians and bicyclists in neighborhoods should be provided in all new developments (No Support) (Strongly Support) 16

17 Amount of Tax Spending 19. In your opinion does it appear that the amount of TAX FUNDING spent in the unincorporated El Paso County area: 45% 40% 39% 35% 30% Percen Responses 25% 20% 15% 19% 28% 11% 5% 0% Is about right Should be increased moderately Should be increased significantly Amount of Tax Funding Spent 2% Should be decreased and spent on other problems and priorities Not sure 17

18 Willingness for Improvements 20. How willing are you to have your TAX DOLLARS used to support the following improvements? Improving transportation for seniors and persons with disabilities Adding on street bike lanes Adding trails for walking and bicycling Adding pedestrian facilities such as sidewalks, crosswalks, etc Improving the timing of traffic signals 3.4 Reducing delays caused by trains 1.7 Expanding the roadway system with new roads 2.8 Improving rural roads around El Paso County area 3.3 Improving major streets and highways in the El Paso County area (Not Willing) (Very Willing) 18

19 Support for Small Tax Increase 21. How supportive would you be of paying a SMALL INCREASE IN TAXES to increase funding for transportation in unincorporated El Paso County? 35% 30% 32% 25% 25% Percen Responses 20% 15% 22% 11% 5% 0% Would consider it Somewhat supportive Very supportive Not supportive Don t know / Need more information Support for Small Tax Increase 19

20 Right Transportation Goals 22. How important are the following goals for leading the county in the right direction on transportation? Protect the environment 3.4 Minimize travel time and distance 3.3 Support economic vitality 3.4 Provide safe and secure transportation 3.6 Offer transportation choices (bike, walk) 3.0 Find adequate sources of funding 4.1 Add new lanes and roads 3.1 Maintain our existing transportation system (Least Important) (Most Important) 20

21 Best Information Modes for 2040 MTCP 23. Which of the following are the best ways to keep you informed about this process? Number of Responses Newspaper Radio TV news Newsletters Website Public Meetings / Workshops notices 2 Other 21

22 Household Size 25. How many people live in your household? 60% 50% 54% 40% Number of Responses 30% 20% 15% 0% 1 Person Households 2 Person Households 3 Person Households 4 Person Households 5+ Person Households Household Size 22

23 Household Auto Ownership 28. How many registered motor vehicles (cars, trucks, motorcycles) do you have in your household? 40% 35% 38% 30% Percent Responses 25% 20% 15% 27% 13% 12% 11% 5% 0% Number of Registered Vehicles 23

24 Household Income 29. What is the total income of all the persons in your household? 24

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