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Appendix B
METRO SQUARE TRAVEL SURVEY RESULTS

Number of responses: 29 (out of 46 distributed)

  1. Previous residence location before moving to Metro Square:
    See Figure B-1.

  2. Household Characteristics Metro Square Avg. Previous Address Avg.
    Number of persons 1.59 1.59
    Number of licensed drivers 1.55 1.59
    Number of motorized vehicles 1.52 1.66


  3. Average total daily person-trips for entire household at Metro Square: 4.5

  4. Travel patterns at Metro Square and previous residences:
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  5. Employee 1 Employee 2
      No. %   No. %
    Davis 1 3.45 Davis 2 16.67
    Woodland 1 3.45 Woodland 1 8.33
    Rancho Cordova 4 13.79 Rancho Cordova 1 8.33
    Downtown Sacramento 10 34.48 Downtown Sacramento 6 50.00
    Arden-Arcade 1 3.45 Arden-Arcade 1 8.33
    South Sacramento 1 3.45 South Sacramento   0.00
    Eastern Sacramento 1 3.45 Eastern Sacramento   0.00
    Citrus Heights   0.00 Citrus Heights   0.00
    Roseville 1 3.45 Natomas 1 8.33
    Elk Grove 1 3.45      
    Arden 1 3.45      
    Retired 1 3.45      
    Cameron Park 1 3.45      
    Work at home 2 6.90      
    Folsom 1 3.45      
    Stockton 2 6.90      
      29 100.0   12 100.00


  6. Trip Type by
    Means of Travel
    Daily Trips at
    Metro Square Compared to Previous
    Residence
    Total
    Same More Fewer
      No. % No. % No. %
    All types of auto trips 11 39 2 8 15 53 28
    Shopping trips by auto 18 64   0 10 36 28
    Work trips by auto 21 78 1 4 5 18 27
    Social trips by auto 12 45   0 16 59 28
    All types of walking trips 6 21 21 75 1 4 28
    All types of bicycle trips 11 55 7 35 2 10 20
    All types of transit trips 13 68 3 16 3 16 19


  7. Rate Metro Square neighborhood compared to previous address:

      Overall Neigh.
    Quality
    Street Environ.
    Quality
    Street Safety Neighborhood
    Appearance
      No. % No. % No. % No. %
    1. Worse 5 17.24 9 31.03 7 24.14 6 21.43
    2. Same 7 24.14 6 20.69 15 51.72 10 35.71
    3. Better 17 58.62 14 48.28 7 24.14 12 42.86
      29 100.00 29 100.00 29 100.00 28 100.00


  8. Any additional walking or bicycling trips since moving to Metro Square for:

      No. %  
    a. 8 24.24 recreational and/or exercise exclusively?
    b. 4 12.12 to reach necessary destinations?
    c. 17 51.52 both?
    d. 4 12.12 no additional Metro Square walk/bike trips.
      33 100.00  


  9. Household income:

      No. %  
    a.00.00less than $25,000
    b.724.14$25,000 - $50,000
    c.724.14$50,000 - $75,000
    d.724.14$75,000 - $100,000
    e.13.45$100,000 - $125,000
    f.26.90$125,000 - $150,000
    g.517.24More than $150,000?
      29 100.00  


  10. Has your household income changed significantly since moving to Metro Square?

      No. %
    Yes 2 6.90
    No 27 93.10
      29 100.00

Summary of Metro Square Trip-Making
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