The qualitative research component of our project consisted of 22 semi-structured interviews with San Francisco residents. All the San Franciscans we interviewed were current residents of the city and had lived in the city for a minimum of one year, with the exception of one participant who was not a current San Francisco resident, but who had lived in different sections of San Francisco over the course of several years. Most of the interviews centered on mental map drawing activities, with respondents' maps used as a primary interview prompt. Respondents were asked to draw a map or picture of their neighborhood and of the city that showed how they saw those spaces. As a supplement to the interviews, we also collected sketch maps from people of their neighborhoods and of the city in bars, coffee shops, and libraries in different parts of San Francisco. Here is a selection of the maps that were sketched for us.