2023 Road Safety Near Schools: Feedback Questionnaire

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We need your input! As part of our Vision Zero initiative, the Bellevue Transportation Department is evaluating the safety of walking and biking along High Injury Network (HIN) streets, where most of the city’s fatal and serious-injury collisions occur. These Road Safety Assessments (RSAs), which are being conducted near several schools within Bellevue, will document current roadway conditions based on the experiences and observations of those who travel the streets. The feedback will be used to improve safety and comfort for people who walk and bike on these roadways. In the coming winter and spring months, we will evaluate the streets listed below and highlighted on map of study areas (to the right) through various engagement opportunities, including community walk audits (schedule to be announced).

RSA Study Area 4

  • 145th Place SE between SE 8th Street and SE 24th Street
  • SE 8th Street between 140th Avenue SE and 148th Avenue SE
  • 148th Avenue SE between SE 8th Street and SE 16th Street
  • SE Phantom Way between 160th Avenue SE and 164th Avenue SE

RSA Study Area 5

  • SE 8th Street between 112th Avenue SE and Lake Hills Connector
  • Lake Hills Connector between 800 feet north of SE 8th Street and 1,000 feet south of SE 8th Street

RSA Study Area 6

  • Coal Creek Parkway between Highway I-405 and 850 feet south of Factoria Boulevard SE
  • Factoria Boulevard SE between Coal Creek Parkway and SE Newport Way
  • SE Newport Way between Factoria Boulevard SE and 130th Place SE

Questionnaire and interactive map

The purpose of this online engagement site is to better understand your feelings about safety and comfort along these streets as a person walking or biking along them. The questionnaire will also ask you about the schools you or your dependent(s) (e.g. child/ren) attend, if applicable, and seek answers to voluntary demographic questions.

We ask you to complete two tasks. The first is to complete a series of questions by selecting the Questionnaire tab below. You must click the “submit” button at the end of the questionnaire to record your responses. In the second task, we ask you to “pin” your concerns at specific locations by selecting the Interactive Map tab below. Completing both will take approximately 7 to 10 minutes.

The “Ask a Question” tab allows you to ask us about the process; answers will be posted on this site.

The use of RSAs is a key strategy in Bellevue's Vision Zero effort to eliminate traffic deaths and serious-injury collisions on city streets by 2030. We are pleased to partner with the Bellevue School District to directly involve students and parents. We appreciate your valuable input.

--The RSA Project Team

We need your input! As part of our Vision Zero initiative, the Bellevue Transportation Department is evaluating the safety of walking and biking along High Injury Network (HIN) streets, where most of the city’s fatal and serious-injury collisions occur. These Road Safety Assessments (RSAs), which are being conducted near several schools within Bellevue, will document current roadway conditions based on the experiences and observations of those who travel the streets. The feedback will be used to improve safety and comfort for people who walk and bike on these roadways. In the coming winter and spring months, we will evaluate the streets listed below and highlighted on map of study areas (to the right) through various engagement opportunities, including community walk audits (schedule to be announced).

RSA Study Area 4

  • 145th Place SE between SE 8th Street and SE 24th Street
  • SE 8th Street between 140th Avenue SE and 148th Avenue SE
  • 148th Avenue SE between SE 8th Street and SE 16th Street
  • SE Phantom Way between 160th Avenue SE and 164th Avenue SE

RSA Study Area 5

  • SE 8th Street between 112th Avenue SE and Lake Hills Connector
  • Lake Hills Connector between 800 feet north of SE 8th Street and 1,000 feet south of SE 8th Street

RSA Study Area 6

  • Coal Creek Parkway between Highway I-405 and 850 feet south of Factoria Boulevard SE
  • Factoria Boulevard SE between Coal Creek Parkway and SE Newport Way
  • SE Newport Way between Factoria Boulevard SE and 130th Place SE

Questionnaire and interactive map

The purpose of this online engagement site is to better understand your feelings about safety and comfort along these streets as a person walking or biking along them. The questionnaire will also ask you about the schools you or your dependent(s) (e.g. child/ren) attend, if applicable, and seek answers to voluntary demographic questions.

We ask you to complete two tasks. The first is to complete a series of questions by selecting the Questionnaire tab below. You must click the “submit” button at the end of the questionnaire to record your responses. In the second task, we ask you to “pin” your concerns at specific locations by selecting the Interactive Map tab below. Completing both will take approximately 7 to 10 minutes.

The “Ask a Question” tab allows you to ask us about the process; answers will be posted on this site.

The use of RSAs is a key strategy in Bellevue's Vision Zero effort to eliminate traffic deaths and serious-injury collisions on city streets by 2030. We are pleased to partner with the Bellevue School District to directly involve students and parents. We appreciate your valuable input.

--The RSA Project Team

  • This questionnaire aims to understand how you feel when walking and biking along streets identified within three Road Safety Assessment (RSA) areas. The questions explore how safe you feel when commuting, traveling to and from school or using the streets for leisure or recreation. 

    Please answer each question, and select "Save & continue" to advance to the next page. Be sure to click the "Submit" button on the final page so that your responses will be recorded. 

    There are a few voluntary demographics questions that we'd appreciate your answering as it helps us in our outreach programs.

    When you've summited your responses, please go to the "Interactive Map" tab to pin the exact locations of safety concerns you have.

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Page last updated: 04 Feb 2023, 03:32 PM