Herring Cove Road Improvements

Thank you for joining the conversation about the future of Herring Cove Road. Please take a few minutes to tell us how and why you travel along Herring Cove Road. Feel free to make suggestions on how to improve the way you use the roadway.


1. How often do you use Herring Cove Road as a commuter (travelling to work or school)?
1. How often do you use Herring Cove Road as a commuter (travelling to work or school)? Frequently Occasionally Rarely Very Rarely Never
As a pedestrian
As a cyclist
As a transit user
As a driver or passenger in a private car
2. How often do you use Herring Cove Road for leisure activities (shopping, going to the gym, taking children to activities, etc.)?
2. How often do you use Herring Cove Road for leisure activities (shopping, going to the gym, taking children to activities, etc.)? Frequently Occasionally Rarely Very Rarely Never
As a pedestrian
As a cyclist
As a transit user
As a driver or passenger in a private car
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4. Improving the quality of transportation for all users may require trade-offs. How acceptable are the following trade-offs to you?
4. Improving the quality of transportation for all users may require trade-offs. How acceptable are the following trade-offs to you? Completely acceptable Somewhat acceptable Neutral Somewhat unacceptable Completely unacceptable
Increased delay for motorists to improve travel times for transit users (such as bus-only lanes and priority for buses at traffic signals)
Increased delay for traffic to improve walking and cycling amenities (such as narrower lanes and more frequent crossings)
Increased delay for traffic to improve safety (such as more frequent traffic signals or pedestrian crossings)
5. To what extent would these infrastructure improvements increase the likelihood that you would travel by the transportation option?
5. To what extent would these infrastructure improvements increase the likelihood that you would travel by the transportation option? Significantly increase Somewhat increase No change
Transit Priority Measures that increase the reliability of transit such as bus by-passes and queue jumps (Yes, I would take transit)
Painted bicycle lanes (Yes, I would cycle)
Physically separated bike lanes (Yes, I would cycle)
Adding sidewalks in areas where they don't currently exist (Yes, I would walk)
Improving the safety of roadway crossings or adding more roadway crossings (Yes, I would walk)

Access and Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement In accordance with Section 485 of the Municipal Government Act (MGA), any personal information collected in this survey will only be used by municipal staff and, if necessary, individuals under service contract with the Halifax Regional Municipality for purposes relating to the Herring Cove Road Project and the information will not be presented or compiled in a manner that could potentially identify any respondent. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this personal information, please contact the Access and Privacy Office at 902-490-7460 or accessandprivacy@halifax.ca