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West Las Positas Bikeway Feasibility Study
User Preference Survey

Thank you for participating in the West Las Positas Corridor Study Survey. This study is being conducted by the City of Pleasanton as a step towards redesigning West Las Positas Boulevard to make the corridor safe and inviting for all road users.

We're currently in Phase III of the study, gathering community feedback to refine the draft concepts we've developed for the corridor. We're excited to hear your input!
1. Do you or someone in your household use the West Las Positas corridor to reach these destinations? (check all that apply)
2. Which segment of West Las Positas Boulevard do you consider the highest priority for implementation of improvements?
3. How comfortable would you feel bicycling in the following facilities?
Space Cell Very comfortableSomewhat comfortableNeither comfortable nor uncomfortableSomewhat uncomfortableVery uncomfortable

Two-way separated bikeway
 

One-way separated bikeway


One-way buffered bikeway with flexposts
4. Taking into consideration comfort and aesthetics, which buffer materials do you prefer? (select up to three)  Please select from the following images.
5. Which intersection treatments would you like to see implemented? (select up to three) Please select from the following images.
6. Which design alternative do you prefer?

Alternative One: One-way Separated Bikeways along the entire West Las Positas Corridor
Alternative 1.A - One-way Separated Bikeways with striped buffers and low-cost barriers
Alternative 1.B - One-way Separated Bikeways with raised concrete or planted buffers

Alternative Two: Two-way separated bikeway along the entire south side of the corridor with variable options for the north side. 
Alternative 2.A - Two-way Separated Bikeway with striping and low-cost barriers on the south side of West Las Positas and a standard bike lane on the north side
Alternative 2.B - Two-way Separated Bikeway with raised concrete or planted buffer on the south side of West Las Positas and a one-way separated bikeway with raised concrete or planted buffer on the north side 

Alternative Three: One-way Separated Bikeways West of Hopyard Rd and a Two-Way Separated Bikeway East of Hopyward Rd. 
Alternative 3.A -  One-way Separated Bikeways West of Hopyard Rd with striped buffers and low-cost barriers (shown below). Design would transition to a Two-way Separated Bikeway East of Hopyard Rd with striped buffer and low-cost barriers (similar to Alternative 2.A).
Alternative 3.B -  One-way Separated Bikeways West of Hopyard Rd with raised barriers (shown below). Design would transition to a Two-way Separated Bikeway East of Hopyard Rd with striped buffer and low-cost barriers (similar to Alternative 2.B).

Alternative Four: Raised, trail-like two-way Separated Bikeway on the South side of the entire corridor. 
Alternative 4 - With increased landscaping and a more trail-like feel, this alternative provides the greatest level of separation from vehicle traffic. Please select one of the following images.
7. What project priorities are the most important to you?
8. What is your age?