Opinion SurveyIndependence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study

What's Happening

The City of Kansas City, in coordination with the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) and a Steering Committee of community members, is developing the Independence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study.

The planning area spans Independence Avenue from Forest Avenue on the west to Ewing Avenue on the east. The planning process began during the summer of 2017 and will continue through the end of the year.

This survey is available throughout the planning process and made easy by Digicate®. 

 

The Independence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study will move the transportation recommendations of Invest Northeast (2013) forward and support the vision of the Independence Avenue Special Character Overlay District (2016). It will also provide detailed information that City staff, elected officials, and community members may use as they pursue funding for design and construction of recommended improvements.

What thoughts would you like considered as the Study is developed? Use this survey to share them with us now.

 
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Select 1 Response

Familiarity: How familiar are you with Independence Avenue from Forest Avenue on the west to Ewing Avenue on the east? Select one response. Then touch the NEXT button.

Very familiar
Very familiar
Somewhat familiar
Somewhat familiar
Not familiar
Not familiar
Unsure
Unsure
 
 
Share Your Opinions

Issues: What is the biggest issue with walking along or crossing Independence Avenue? Type your response in the space below. Then touch the NEXT button.

 
 
Select Up to 6 Responses

Benton Boulevard Intersection: Benton is a key Independence Avenue intersection and was recently improved. Which of the improvements do you like best? Select up to six responses. Then touch the NEXT button.

Crosswalks
Crosswalks
Raised medians with pedestrian refuge areas
Raised medians with pedestrian refuge areas
Striped bike lane
Striped bike lane
Benches
Benches
Landscaping and identification signs
Landscaping and identification signs
Other
Other
 
 
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Primary Pedestrian Intersections: Which of the primary pedestrian intersections recommended in the Invest Northeast Plan is most important to improve? Select one response. Then touch the NEXT button.

Paseo Boulevard
Paseo Boulevard
Prospect Avenue
Prospect Avenue
Hardesty Avenue
Hardesty Avenue
 
 
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Secondary Pedestrian Intersections: Which of the secondary pedestrian intersections recommended in the Invest Northeast Plan is most important to improve? Select one response. Then touch the NEXT button.

Woodland Avenue
Woodland Avenue
Chestnut Trafficway
Chestnut Trafficway
Van Brunt Boulevard
Van Brunt Boulevard
Cleveland Avenue / Monroe Avenue
Cleveland Avenue / Monroe Avenue
 
 
Share Your Thoughts

Other Comments: What other thoughts would you like considered as the Independence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study is developed? Type them in the space below. Then touch the NEXT button.

 
 
Describe Yourself

Self-Descriptions: How would you describe yourself? Select up to six responses. Then touch the NEXT button.

Resident
Resident
Employee
Employee
Property owner
Property owner
Business owner
Business owner
Transit rider, pedestrian, and/or bicyclist
Transit rider, pedestrian, and/or bicyclist
Other stakeholder
Other stakeholder
 
 
Share Your Zip Code

Zip Code: What is your zip code? Type it in the space below. Then touch the FINISHED button.

 
 
What Everyone's Saying

Thank You!

For more information about the Independence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study, contact Angela Eley, 3rd District Planner, at (816) 513-2805 and angela.eley@kcmo.org.  

 

Community members are sharing their opinions about pedestrian safety improvements on Independence Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Look at the graphs to see everyone’s opinions. You can touch or hover over the images under each graph to remind yourself of the answer options.

 
Most Important Primary Pedestrian Intersections to Fix
Number of Respondents
24
52
31
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Most Important Secondary Pedestrian Intersections to Fix
Number of Respondents
38
11
50
7
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Thank You!

For more information about the Independence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study, contact Angela Eley, 3rd District Planner, at (816) 513-2805 and angela.eley@kcmo.org.  

 

What's Happening

The City of Kansas City, in coordination with the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) and a Steering Committee of community members, is developing the Independence Avenue Pedestrian Safety Improvements Study.

The planning area spans Independence Avenue from Forest Avenue on the west to Ewing Avenue on the east. The planning process began during the summer of 2017 and will continue through the end of the year.

This survey is available throughout the planning process and made easy by Digicate®. 

 

 
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