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East Bay Regional Park District
Trail User Survey (2018)

The East Bay Regional Park District is seeking input from the public through the present on-line survey in order to identify usage patterns of the District’s regional trails AND to better understand the desires of those who use these trails.  It should take about 10 minutes to complete the survey.

Directions:  In responding to our questions, please click the box that corresponds to your answer OR type in your response where a text box is provided.  If you DO NOT wish to answer a given question, simply leave it unanswered and go on to the next question.

Exit Survey
How often do you use EBRPD trails?
Daily (5 or more times per week)
Weekly (1 to 4 times per week)
Monthly (once or twice per month)
Rarely (less than once per month)
When do you typically use the EBRPD regional trails? 
What time of day do you typically use the EBRPD regional trails?
Early Morning (6 a.m. - 9 a.m.) 
Around noon (9 a.m. - 2 p.m.)
Afternoon (2 p.m. - 6 p.m.)
Early evening (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.)
Late night (after 9 p.m.)
How long is your typical visit to an EBRPD trail?
Less than a half-hour 
Half hour to one hour 
One to two hours
Over two hours
Which regional trail do you visit the most often?
East Bay Greenway
Marsh Creek Trail
Tassajara Creek Trail
Ohlone Greenway
Lafayette-Moraga Trail
Bay Trail
Alameda Creek Trail
Contra Costa Canal Trail
Iron Horse/ Alamo Canal Trail
Delta De Anza Trail
Other (please specify)

What is your primary reason for using this particular trail?
Amenities available at this particular trail; if so, what would that be?
Other, and what would that be?
How far do you typically travel to your most frequently visited trail?
Less than 2 miles
2-5 miles
5-10 miles
More than 10 miles
What is your primary use for the EBRPD regional trail system?
Health/Exercise (e.g. bicycling, hiking, running, jogging, walking)
Walking your dog(s)
Recreation (e.g. picnicking, fishing, boating, etc.)
Commuting (e.g. get to work, public transit, restaurant, school or shopping center)
Other (please specify)
Do you use trails for commuting purposes? (e.g. get to work, public transit, restaurant, school or shopping center) 
East Bay Regional Park District-Trail User Survey, 2018