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Bellevue-Redmond RapidRide Questionnaire

The comment perios ended Friday, February 1, 2008. You can read the questions below.


1. How often do you ride the bus?

-3 or more days a week
-1 to 2 days a week
-Occasionally (less than once a week)
-Never

2. What one bus route do you ride most often?

3. What other bus route(s) do you ride regularly?

4. Please check the neighborhood closest to where you live:

Bridle Trails
Crossroads
Downtown Bellevue
Downtown Redmond

Education Hill
NE Eighth Street
Overlake
Wilburton
Other

5. Please check the one destination where you take the bus most often:

Avondale
Bellevue Community College
Crossroads
Microsoft campus
Downtown Bellevue
Downtown Redmond
Downtown Seattle

Factoria
Mercer Island
Overlake
South King County
University District (Seattle)
Other

6. Do you use a Regional Reduced Fare Permit for seniors or people with disabilities?

Yes       No


7. How important to you are the following RapidRide features? Please check on a scale of 1-5, with 1 being not important and 5 being very important.

 

Not
Important
1



2



3



4

Very
Important
5

How frequently buses come
How long your trip takes
How consistent and reliable travel time is each day
How late into the evening the bus operates
Electronic signs with real-time bus arrival information
Features to speed up buses, e.g. signal priority, transit lanes
Personal security while using RapidRide service
Low-floor buses
Direct routing

8. One way to make RapidRide faster is to have buses pick up customers at fewer stops. Each stop takes up to 20 seconds, not including the time it takes to load passengers. What do you think about the spacing of stops shown on the map?

-I like the proposed spacing of stations and stops
-I have concerns, but accept the proposed spacing of stations and stops
-I do not like the proposed spacing of stations and stops
-No opinion

9. Two alternative RapidRide routes are being considered in the Overlake area between NE 24th Street and NE 31st Street. One option is to have RapidRide continue along 156th Avenue NE; the other is to have the route jog to the west and travel along 152nd Avenue NE. Please see the brochure and map for more information. Which of these two options do you prefer?

-RapidRide goes along 156th NE between NE 24th and 31st streets
-RapidRide goes along 152nd NE between NE 24th and 31st streets
-No preference
-Comment:

10. Do you have any comments about the location of specific bus stops along the Bellevue-Redmond RapidRide route? (see the map)

-Stop location (name the cross streets:)
-Comment:

Jan. 8, 2008