This report presents the findings from a self-complete paper survey of participants at the Viva CalleSJ open streets event held on September 18, 2016. The survey was designed to provide information that would help the City of San Jose assess the success of the event, guide the planning for future Viva CalleSJ events, and inform potential funders and community partners about the benefits of Viva CalleSJ. A total of 318 people completed the one-page paper survey while at the event. Survey findings provide detail about how people learned about the event, how they traveled to the event, what they did at the event, how much physical activity they got, and how much money they planned to spend while at the event. The survey also collected data on respondents’ gender, age, and race/ethnicity.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Issues
Pedestrians, bicyclists, physical fitness, surveys
Public Policy | Transportation | Urban Studies
Asha Weinstein Agrawal and Hilary Nixon. "A Survey of Viva CalleSJ Participants: San Jose, California 2016" Mineta Transportation Institute Publications (2016).