Harrington Street CycleTrack Pop-Up Survey

The City of Raleigh is partnering with Oaks & Spokes to implement a priority project from the Downtown Plan and Bicycle Plan as a 3-day pop-up event to inform the design of a long-term bicycle facility. The project will install a temporary two-way separated bike lane, also known as a cycletrack, on Harrington Sreet from Davie  Street to Morgan Street. The project’s long-term objective is to create a low-stress bikeway connecting Raleigh Union Station and the Warehouse District to the Glenwood South District.

Please complete this survey by April 10 to provide your input on the project. 

How was your experience riding in the cycletrack?
Great
Good
Just Ok
Bad
Horrible
Did not ride
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Would you ride your bike downtown more often if there were more cycletracks?
Yes
No
Would ride the same
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Did you feel safer while riding your bike in the cycletrack compared to a traditional bike lane?
Yes
No
No change
Did not ride
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Would you feel more comfortable bike commuting with your kids if you could use cycletracks to get around?
Yes
No
Not applicable
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How much would you like to see a cycletrack like this become a permanent installation?
Not at all
Neutral
Very much
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How would you rate your confidence level using the cycletrack when compared to normal bike lanes?
Very confident
More confident
Neutral/Stayed the same
Reduced confidence
Not confident at all
Did not ride
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