Neighborhood Business District Access Intercept Surveys
Customers and visitors access our neighborhood business districts in many ways. Through the Community Access and Parking Program, SDOT conducts regular intercept (in-person) surveys in our business districts. Survey results provide local business organizations and city departments with data to better understand many variables including:
In 2014, we completed surveys in the Green Lake business district and the Pike/Pine area of Capitol Hill. We’re currently planning additional surveys in 2015. Below is a summary of mode share by self-identified neighborhood residents and neighborhood visitors from past surveys. Full intercept survey results are provided below the tables.
Mode Split Summary
Neighborhood resident mode of travel to neighborhood business district:
*Chinatown/ID survey grouped employees with residents. All other survey areas in the table only show how neighborhood residents visit the respective neighborhood business district.
Neighborhood visitor mode of travel to neighborhood business district:
Who Can I Contact?
For more information, contact Jonathan Williams at SDOT at 206.733.9026 or firstname.lastname@example.org