Wish you felt safe biking on local streets — but definitely don’t?
Local cyclists and cyclist wannabes are encouraged to help Clark County’s Public Works and Public Health departments prioritize local bike-safety needs and projects — from dangerous street connections to local driver education — by taking a brief online survey. The results will be used in a “Safe Roads 4 All” campaign designed to promote public health by raising awareness of bicycle safety, as well as safe driving and passing practices around bikes.
Please visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/SFKG7TG to begin the 17-question survey about your own bike-riding habits and local challenges. The survey opened to the public on July 1 and closes on Jan. 1, 2022.
Almost 1 in 4 U.S. adults don’t get any exercise, according to a statement from the county, and this greatly contributes to obesity, diabetes, heart disease and other chronic health conditions. Clark County Public Works and Public Health are working together to provide safe and convenient infrastructure so residents can increase their physical activity by walking and biking.
The survey is also available in Russian and Spanish. Learn more by visiting clark.wa.gov/public-works/overview.