Few things have so engaged some of our readers as changes proposed for existing roads to, according to the city, make them safer and friendlier to bikes and pedestrians.
Now the Puget Sound Business Journal has posted an online survey to gather an (unscientific) overview of what the public thinks.
Editor George Erb wrote us this morning to say: “The survey went up Monday morning on our home page and asks the question: ‘Are Seattle’s bike lanes making local reaffic more dangerous?’ As of this morning, we had 872 responses, with 60 percent of the respondents saying bike lanes are increasing risk. The survey will be up until Sunday.”
What do you think?