Portland State University is conducting a national study of protected bike lanes, asking cyclists in six cities across the country to share their experiences riding on protected bike lanes in their cities. In D.C., PSU is looking for feedback about the L Street cycletrack in particular.
The university has already conducted targeted intercepts of riders on L Street, but is now opening the survey to the public to get as much feedback as possible. Take the survey here.
It should take about 10 to 20 minutes. Please complete the survey by Sat., Nov. 30. Feedback—including what works and what doesn’t—will be shared with the District Department of Transportation as well as a national audience.
PSU’s disclaimer: “Your participation in the survey is voluntary. We will protect the confidentiality of your individual survey responses. If you have concerns or problems about your participation in this study or your rights as a research subject, please contact the Human Subjects Research Review Committee, Office of Research and Strategic Partnerships, Market Center Building Suite 620, Portland State University, (503) 725-4288 / (877) 480-4400. If you have any questions about the study, contact us at (503) 725-2875 or email@example.com.”