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Let’s Go! System Redesign Survey Extended through February 24
Posted on January 31, 2019
If you have not had a chance to participate in CAT’s first online survey for its Let’s Go! Designing Better Transit Together initiative, it is not too late. The survey is still available now through February 24, 2019.
This survey focuses on the tradeoffs that must be considered when planning a bus system, such as “Which do you prefer – a shorter walk to the bus stop or a shorter wait for the bus?”
All members of the community are encouraged to participate by completing the five-minute survey, which may be accessed in English and Spanish on the project website letsgo.catchacat.org. The survey is formatted for easy use with any smartphone. As an added incentive, survey participants can register for a chance to win one of two monthly CAT bus passes or one of two $25 gift cards from Kroger.
- Direct link (English): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LetsGoSurvey1
- Direct link (Spanish): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LetsGoSurvey1_Espanol
The survey also is available at the following public locations:
- CAT Central, 900 East Gwinnett Street, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Joe Rivers Murray Intermodal Transfer Center, 610 W. Oglethorpe, Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
To assist the community with becoming familiar and engaged with the project, CAT has established a project-specific website at letsgo.catchacat.org that provides information on the initiative, data and project documents, upcoming events, and a sign up for project email updates.
The Let’s Go! Designing Better Transit Together system redesign project will rely heavily on input from the community. The project is anticipated to conclude at the end of 2019.
Let’s Go! Designing Better Transit Together will result in an overhaul of CAT’s fixed-route bus network, based on technical analysis, best practices, and input from the community. The 18-month comprehensive redesign effort is a first for CAT, which has many bus routes that have not been changed in decades despite the changing and growing community. The consultant team is led by Jarrett Walker + Associates, an international transit planning firm based in Portland, Oregon, with assistance from Symbioscity, an urban planning firm based in Savannah.