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Stakeholder Survey

Why Get Involved?
The Project Team is very interested in knowing how the local community uses the bridge, any current traffic concerns and what improvements the public would like to see in the future.  Community Outreach during the planning stages is a vital part of the LCD process and we encourage the community to participate and provide input.

Identifying existing and potential stakeholders is a critical step in the LCD process.  Beginning March 3, 2014, 149 stakeholder surveys were mailed out and follow-up reminder emails were sent.  The initial Stakeholder Survey had a 7% return rate as of 3/21/14.  The survey takes only a few minutes to complete and can be completed in hard copy or online.  For a summary of the survey findings, please click here (PDF - 236KB).

The survey doesn’t take very long to complete and the input shared is crucial to the project.  Please feel free to complete the online survey now!

If you don’t wish to complete the survey, but want to be informed of the project and upcoming meetings, please complete the Contact Form.

If you have general comments or questions or comments, you are welcomed to complete the Comment Form.

Online Stakeholder Survey

Preferd Method of Contact?:

  1. Were you aware of this Bridge Improvement Study?

  2. How often do you use the Clay Street Bridge?

  3. Do you use public transportation in this area?  
    • If so, what type?

  4. Do you walk or ride a bike in this area? 
    • If walking across the bridge, which sidewalk did you use prior to the closure:

    • If bicycling, please check: sidewalk or shoulder and which side:

  5. How is this study important to you - your involvement/representation?
    • Resident or Commuter (how would you use this bridge for travel, local or regional)?
    • Type of Mobility and Access (local use - walking, biking, transit)
    • Economic Interest  (business owner, chamber of commerce member)?
    • Social Service Provider (non-profit agency, house of worship, human resources)?
    • Historic Features of Interest (member of historical society or organization)?

  6. What are the key issues near the Clay Street Bridge as you see them (access, safety, traffic,
    mobility, aesthetics, marine activity)?

  7. What should the study team be aware of concerning any traffic changes or detours near the Clay
    Street Bridge (past, present, or future)?

  8. Is the bridge wide enough to service the transportation needs (vehicles, pedestrian, bicyclists) in
    the project vicinity? How many lanes are needed each way?

  9. Are you interested in becoming a stakeholder representing your organization, business, school, neighborhood or interest group (attend 2-3 meetings)? 

  10. Are any special provisions needed for you to attend a meeting such as access, hearing, or visual?

  11. Are there any organizations or individuals you would suggest we contact as possible stakeholders?

  12. Do you have any comments/questions about the study or any other suggestions you wish to share about the study that may help with planning future meetings?