Active Transportation Needs Assessment (ATNA) Community Engagement Survey
University of California at Berkeley in partnership with the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC) is conducting an Active Transportation Needs Assessment for your tribal community. This assessment will document the current and projected needs and safety concerns of pedestrians and bicyclists in your community, the existing conditions of roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and infrastructure facilities, and will provide suggestions on short-term and long-term improvements.
Effective planning to improve transportation safety begins with public input. This survey is your opportunity to be heard and to provide feedback about pedestrian, bicycling, and transit facilities and safety issues in and around your community.
Your time and effort to complete and return this survey is greatly appreciated. Your responses will contribute to the success of the Tribe’s applications for funding to implement improvements. All responses will remain completely anonymous and will be used only for this safety assessment project. Please use the link below to complete the online survey.
The deadline for completing the survey is Thursday, January 21, 2021. If you have any questions, you may contact the following:
Anthony Duncan, TTP Director
P.O. Box 428 Nice, CA 95464
firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 533-5038
SafeTREC, UC-Berkeley Project Manager: Afsaneh Yavari at: email@example.com (510)-642-2333