The project reduced street lanes on Pikes Peak between Nevada Avenue and Tejon Street to one lane in each direction on Sept. 21 to increase pedestrian, bicycle and dining space.
Urban Intervention is asking people who drove or walked through the project area to complete an online survey.
Urban Intervention is an arm of the nonprofit Pikes Peak Community Foundation.
The group is also organizing other events that include a downtown market, trolley cars and South Academy Boulevard improvements.
Surveys can be found here.