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How Would You Improve Chapel Hill Road?

How Would You Improve Chapel Hill Road?

The Town of Cary is seeking your input as part of the Chapel Hill Road Mobility Study.  Help us create the vision for Chapel Hill Road.  If you choose to participate – and we hope you do – please note that responses are considered public record under North Carolina law.  Survey closes on September 21, 2020.  

Update:  Register for the study's first virtual meeting, September 30 at 5:30 pm.  Learn more about the Chapel Hill Road Mobility Study and help identify goals and priorities for the corridor.  Register here.  We hope to virtually see you there.   

How do you typically use Chapel Hill Road? Pick all that apply.

Select all that apply.

As a passage to Downtown Cary
65%
To access a business along the street
55%
To access my home; I live nearby
51%
As a passage to Morrisville
50%
As a passage to Raleigh
42%
Travel to and from work
33%
Travel to and from school
13%
Other
7%
Closed to responses | 1,168 Responses
How do you typically travel along Chapel Hill Road?
How do you typically travel along Chapel Hill Road?
Personal Vehicle
94%
Bicycle
4%
Walk
2%
Other
0%
Closed to responses | 1,387 Responses
In general, how often do you walk, bike and use transit?
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If you walk/bike around Town, where are you walking/biking?
If you walk/bike around Town where are you walking/biking?

Select all answers that apply.

Around the neighborhood
78%
Greenways
77%
Downtown
54%
Recreation facility (park, community center, etc.)
44%
Shopping
23%
Work
9%
School
7%
Other
4%
Transit Stop
3%
Closed to responses | 979 Responses
Which modes are most important to improve? Rank ALL 5 modes in your priority order.

Drag your top priority above the line and repeat. Don't forget to rank all 5 modes.

Closed to responses | 984 Responses
What are your top 3 transportation issues along Chapel Hill Road inside the Maynard Road loop?
What are your top 3 transportation issues along Chapel Hill Road inside the Maynard Road loop?
Roadway congestion and traffic
62%
Providing for pedestrians
51%
Providing for cyclists
35%
Safety and vehicle crashes
26%
Local connections to downtown / neighborhoods / businesses
26%
Aesthetics / landscaping / character
25%
Old infrastructure / Maintenance
22%
Regional connections to Raleigh and Morrisville
13%
Quality development
10%
Providing quality transit service
7%
Other
2%
Closed to responses | 1,102 Responses
Rate your satisfaction with the following aspects of Chapel Hill Road inside the Maynard Road loop.
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On the map below, mark up to three locations where you feel there is a safety issue or needed improvement and explain.

If you add a point, please include a comment on what you'd like improved.

What is needed to improve the aesthetics, the overall look and feel, of Chapel Hill Road?

Pick top 2 choices.

Better street maintenance
52%
Landscaping
50%
Street lighting
42%
Gateways (entry / exit monuments)
12%
Other
11%
Public art in common areas
11%
Closed to responses | 787 Responses
What type of development do you feel is appropriate along Chapel Hill Road?

Pick your top 3 choices.

Retail (small)
48%
Restaurants
43%
Parks/Recreation
43%
Mix of uses along corridor
26%
Residential (single-family)
24%
Mix of uses in same building
21%
Mix of uses on same block
18%
Residential (multi-family)
17%
Office
12%
Civic/Institutional
7%
Retail (large)
4%
Other
3%
Large shopping center
2%
Hotels
1%
Closed to responses | 850 Responses
Please share any additional thoughts you have about Chapel Hill Road. Click Submit to post your comment.
Please share any additional thoughts you have about Chapel Hill Road. Click Submit to post your comment.
Closed for Comments

New:  Register for the Project Symposium

When: September 30 at 5:30 pm
Where: Online, of course
Why: Let's re-imagine Chapel Hill Road together. Learn more about the study and help identify goals and priorities for the corridor.  Share your voice.  

Register here.  We hope to virtually see you there.

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