Resident Survey

The City of Sedona is studying the feasibility of implementing a new public transit system that could serve the Sedona-Oak Creek Canyon area. Please take a few minutes to give us your views:

2. Do you believe there is a need for a local public transportation system:

Don't know
Within Sedona?
Between Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon?
Between Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek?

3. Who should the transit service be designed to primarily serve?

4. How likely is it that you would personally use a transit service:

Very Likely
Somewhat Likely
Not Very Likely
Definitely Would Not
For some trips within Sedona?
For trips to trailheads or recreation areas in Oak Creek Canyon?
For trips to trailheads or recreation areas outside of Oak Creek Canyon?
For trips between Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek?

5a. How likely do you think it is that a local transit system would provide the following benefits to the community?

1 - Definitely Not
5 - Definitely Would
Reduce traffic and congestion
Reduce parking demand
Improve the experience for visitors
Make it easier and safer for residents to get around
Make it easier and safer for visitors to get around
Improve residential quality of life

6a. There are four types of trips that the new transit system might provide. How important is each of these?

1 - Not important
5 - Very important
Providing trips from Sedona north into Oak Creek Canyon
Providing circulation within Uptown Sedona
Providing circulation throughout the City of Sedona, including West Sedona
Providing trips between South 179, the Village of Oak Creek and Sedona, including intermediate trailheads

7. Should buses stay on the main state highways (179, 89A) or use local streets to serve neighborhoods and trailheads located off the state highways?

9a. To make the transit service attractive to residents and visitors, how important would each of the following factors be?

1 - Not important at all
5 - Very important
Service that runs every 15-20 minutes
Bus stops with amenities like benches, shelters, bus pull-out areas, and sidewalk connections
Ability of the bus to carry gear and bikes
Park and ride lots where riders can leave their cars
Attractive buses with drivers who are also tour guides
Other (please identify in question 9b)

9b. Please indicate the "other" factor you evaluated in question 9a.

11. Is there anything else you would like to tell us about a potential transit service?

12. If you'd like to be kept informed about public meetings and recommendations as this transit study moves forward, please provide your name and email address below.


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