Online survey on Intersection User Behavior

To all friends who care about bicyclists’ safety, please take the time to fill out this online survey that will help to gain insight on the behaviors of drivers and bicyclists at roadway intersections. This is part of a PhD research conducted at the Civil Engineering Department in Oregon State University.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Participants need to be a licensed driver or bicyclist in the US between the age of 18 to 75.

Below is the link for the survey (if the link does not work, please copy and paste the link in a new tab of your web browser). Thank you all!

http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1AgClzBBgqV9DRH

[guest post by Medha Jannat]

One thought on “Online survey on Intersection User Behavior

  1. Paul Lieberman

    Some feedback on the survey: It would have been nice at the end to have a textbox for people to write what they think could be done to make the roads safer. My own opinion is that if the police strictly enforced the speed limits it would be much safer for bicyclists. Almost everyone drives at least 10 miles over the limit. People who speed should loose their license. Doing this would not only slow the cars down, but reduce the volume of traffic.

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