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Help make the Bascom Corridor safer & easier to use...Take a short online survey.



On April 18th and 19th, 2018, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) held a COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE at the Bascom Community Center and Farnham Elementary School to update the community on the project and solicit feedback on the emerging Vision Framework and draft design concepts for the Bascom Avenue Corridor. This project is a partnership between VTA, San Jose, Campbell and Santa Clara County.

You can help make the Bascom Corridor safer & easier to use for pedestrians, cyclists, transit riders & car drivers. Take a short online survey to provide feedback on proposed street design improvements before the June 15th deadline.

http://bit.ly/2KSeYE2

The survey mirrors the content of the open houses and should take you about 15-20 minutes to complete. It contains concepts that were presented during the open house. If you did not have a chance to attend the meetings or if you have additional comments, please take this survey. It is divided into three parts:

  1. Vision Framework

  2. Corridor Segments

  3. Additional Questions

For each part, you will see a series of slides that summarize the emerging concepts followed by space for you to SUBMIT YOUR COMMENTS. Community comments from this survey will be used by the VTA and Partner Agencies to further refine the Vision Framework and design concepts for the Bascom Avenue Corridor.

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