City invites public to complete transportation survey

The City of Edmonds is in the process of creating an updated 20-year Comprehensive Plan, and the city’s transportation plan is an element of that plan. The city is conducting a survey to receive public input on topics related to transportation priorities, areas of concern and modes of transportation the public feels safer using while on city streets.

The survey may be accessed at this link.

According to a city news release:

The transportation plan identifies short-range and long-range transportation policies, goals, projects, priorities and funding strategies that lead to the development of an integrated multimodal transportation system facilitating the safe and efficient movement of people and goods while addressing current and future transportation demand and land use. Multimodal Level of Service (MMLOS) will also be introduced as part of this plan. Work on the plan started in 2023 and is scheduled to be completed in December 2024.

The survey will be available from now through May 30 and requires less than 10 minutes to complete. An open house on the plan will be scheduled for later this summer.

You can find additional information on the Comprehensive Plan at

Additional information related to the transportation plan can be accessed here.

For information about this project in another language, you may request, free of charge, language assistance services by contacting Bertrand Hauss at 425-771-0220 or emailing bertrand,

Si desea obtener información sobre este proyecto en otro idioma, puede solicitar servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística poniéndose en contacto conBertrand Hauss a 425-771-0220 o por correo electrónico a

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  1. Good questions but the survey does not appear to be functioning correctly. Q#22 says to select all that apply, but only allows the user to select one. I checked “other” but no place to specify what “other” means, Also, some questions let the user arrange items in order of importance which worked great. But after submitting survey responses I selected “review results” and my answers were flagged as “Incorrect” with the “correct” answers shown below. How can a survey have correct or incorrect responses? Recommend the survey be taken down, bugs fixed, then redeployed

    1. Richard I agree all my answers were incorrect also, can someone provide us with the answer why? It is not a survey if the answers are predetermined.

  2. Correct answers ? ! How can there be correct answers to a survey ?
    Why is it so hard for this city to issue an unbiased and easy to use survey ?!
    We need more open ended questions to clearly state our issues.
    Come on !

  3. I took it but I didn’t see the review results button. I had the same issue with the last question saying select all that apply. Just now I hit the link again and usually with a survey ( my experience here ) was it would not let you take the survey again. It this time put the questions right there again. I didn’t take the time to retake the survey but I wonder if my survey was even counted now. I am sure I must have had haha incorrect responses. Yeah lets have a new survey Thank you.

  4. Transportation committee rep here! I’ve forwarded the feedback here about the survey to the city, so hopefully they can fix whatever bugs are present this morning. Thank you to those who have taken it already. It’s going to be really helpful in updating the city’s transportation plan.

  5. Hard to figure what transpired with others. My questionaire went very smoothly. As in other surveys that I have taken, “other” seemed to me to be there in case I did not see any of the available suggestions as appropriate to my opinion. It did not allow me to specify what other suggestion I might have. I left blank the questions that did not apply to my situation, such as having children in school. However, I did reply in a way that I would think of transportation needs of school children as if I had some.
    Heck, I got streamers and fireworks when I was done!

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