Survey on Sidewalk Features Used to Improve Accessibility

Please take ten minutes before November 27 to fill out a survey that will help UC Berkeley students design sidewalks.

Excerpted from the survey:

We are landscape architecture graduate students at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. We are conducting research on preferences for the look and feel of sidewalk features that are used to improve accessibility for all pedestrians.

We are comparing patterns of preference for five (5) specific features, including the range of forms they take. Specifically:

  • Curb Extensions (bulb-outs)
  • Paving Materials
  • Planter Edges
  • Tree Grates
  • Truncated Domes

The survey can be taken online here.

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