To reach as many people who live, work, and travel along the Route 28 corridor, the Route 28 Corridor Study team utilized a WikiMap Survey. The survey gathered information related to all modes of travel, potential improvement areas, and detailed interests and concerns.
The survey was available for approximately one month, from early February to early March. Throughout that time, 151 unique users placed 305 total points on the map. Most of these points (269) were related to vehicular traffic. Nineteen (19) were related to freight; 10 related to pedestrian traffic; and seven (7) related to bicycles.
After reviewing all of the survey comments, the Study Team identified 31 common locations of opportunities or public concerns. In each survey, the public was asked to select from several options for “What about this location causes you concern?” While the possible responses varied slightly by the ‘point type’ or transportation mode, the most common concerns were roadway safety; vehicle speeds, slow-moving vehicles, intersection sight distance, and visibility of pedestrians and bicycles on the roadway. All of the input collected from the public survey is included in the Existing Conditions Report.