RECONNECT WEST SEATTLE: Big response so far

Have you answered one or more of the surveys launched on Friday as part of what SDOT calls Reconnect West Seattle? According to an email shared with us by a community advocate, SDOT already had 5,000 responses by mid-morning today. There are multiple ways to participate – a 33-question survey for everyone in West Seattle, aimed at gathering data about how you traveled off/on-peninsula before the bridge was closed March 23rd, and what it would take for you to try an alternative while the bridge is out, plus four neighborhood-specific surveys with potential projects to mitigate the effects of bridge-detour traffic. They’re all linked in our Friday story and available in eight languages via the Reconnect West Seattle website. They’re open until the end of the month.

5 Replies to "RECONNECT WEST SEATTLE: Big response so far"

  • JenT July 14, 2020 (7:31 am)

    WSB, do you know what their plans are for sharing survey results with the public and the timeline for doing so? 

    • WSB July 14, 2020 (10:25 am)

      The results will go to the Community Task Force in August, as noted in our report on the last CTF meeting.

      • Steve July 15, 2020 (11:47 am)

        Thanks for the update. It will be very interesting to see the results of the survey. 

  • Peter S. July 15, 2020 (4:29 pm)

    Completed the survey.  Took less than 10 minutes. I hope the data is used for something more than just giving the illusion of “community input”.

  • Milt July 18, 2020 (11:11 am)

    This is a good opportunity for those interested to support the return of Metro route 22.  Please mention it when you complete the survey.

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