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Which of the following areas in the City was discussed as locations for a future Rancho "downtown"?

Please select one response

Haven Avenue Corridor
Metrolink/Victoria Gardens Areas
Foothill Avenue Corridor
Chaffey College Area

The correct answer: Metrolink/Victoria Gardens Areas! The community expressed support for the idea of a “downtown” around Victoria Gardens and Metrolink with the addition of more housing choice, walkable shops and restaurants, and jobs in that area.

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“Complete streets” create more opportunities for…

PlanRC promotes moving toward more of a “Complete Street” approach. Complete streets are streets for everyone. They are designed and operated to prioritize safety, comfort, and access to destinations for all people who use the street, especially people who have experienced systemic underinvestment or whose needs have not been met through a traditional transportation approach.

Based on the description above, select the option(s) you think that "Complete Streets" will create more opportunities for:

Transit
Walking
Biking
Social equity
Aircraft
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What percentage of RC residents travel outside of the City to get to work (prior to COVID?

Please select one response

35%
50%
76%
85%

The correct answer: 85%! PlanRC promotes the development of a variety of jobs and employment centers that provide the opportunity for people to both live and work in the city.

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PlanRC analyzed many data points in the City. What percentage of renter-occupied households pay more than 30 percent of their income for housing in Rancho Cucamonga?

Please select one response

16%
37%
54%
70%

The correct answer: 54%! People who spend more than 30% of their income on housing are considered “housing cost burdened” and may have difficulty affording necessities such as food, clothing, transportation, and medical care. PlanRC promotes providing a range of housing options for all income levels.

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