Transportation Survey Could Be Key To Future Transit In County

Selected few will get one

You may have received a survey in the mail from the transportation ministry asking about your commuting habits. Simcoe County Warden Gerry Marshall says it’s important you fill it out and return it. “The time you devote to completing the survey is a direct investment in your future,” said Warden Gerry Marshall. “Information shared by residents from all walks of life who use every mode of transportation, including drivers, public transit users, cyclists, and pedestrians, will go a long way to ensuring our region’s transportation infrastructure meets their needs.” It’s a confidential survey; takes about 10 minutes to complete. Information gathered from this survey, including core data to support highway improvements, development proposals, improving transit services, and determining the need for GO transit improvements, will be used by planners across the province to better assess and serve the transportation needs and infrastructure requirements. The survey is confidential and takes about 10 minutes to complete.