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1. Have you ever reported a traffic or pedestrian concern to the Town of Holly Springs.

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2. If you answered Yes to question #1, please describe the problem and how the issue was handled.

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3. What Neighborhood traffic calming and safety issues are most important to you?

Please click on the choices below in order of importance. Your first choice will be your top priority. Once you choose options, you can always rearrange the order by dragging and dropping.

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4. On average, the town receives requests for Traffic Calming installations every year. Typical projects include, but are not limited to; crosswalks, sidewalk ramps, and signage installations. As these requests are received, they are prioritized according to the below considerations:

Please click on the choices below in order of importance. Your first choice will be your top priority. Once you choose options, you can always rearrange the order by dragging and dropping.

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* 5. Speed humps have not been recommended in Town over the past decade. However, prior to that, these devices were utilized on certain roadways in town. Speed humps are not recommended due to the following reasons:

• Slowed Response time to emergency vehicles- the average speed hump can add 20s-30s per round trip to an emergency trip.
• Increased wear and tear to vehicles- speed humps do accelerate the wear and tear on vehicles and the town has had increased repair costs due to speed humps
• Mixed response from residents- while you may want a speed hump to slow traffic, your neighbor might be opposed to them.
• Lack of effectiveness- studies have shown that motorists often speed to make up for time lost when crossing speed humps. This can result in a more dangerous situation.
• Decreases interconnectivity- the town encourages interconnectivity on all of its roadways. This interconnectivity provides more options for getting around town and reduces congestion at main intersections. Speed humps often dissuade motorists from utilizing these alternative routes and therefore strains highly utilized intersections.

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6. When considering project cost versus the related benefit it would provide, projects can rank higher in priority if financial contributions is offered from the requesting party/neighborhood. The town is considering offering financial assistance to projects in locations where contributions from the requesting party are not available. I think...

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7. Furthermore, communities that desire traffic calming measures can contribute funding to the project. This would free up funds to help the town improve neighborhood traffic safety in other areas. Should the town..

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8. The town currently receives requests related to neighborhood traffic calming and pedestrian safety through in person requests at Town Hall, email, and phone calls. In the future how would you prefer to submit a request?

Please list the below communication methods in order of preference with 1 being preferred and 5 being the least preferred method to submit a request.

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