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Survey explores transit accessibility

Tuesday, September 20, 2022 by Tai Moses

Austin Transportation and Capital Metro have partnered up for a community engagement process that explores the public’s thoughts on various transit enhancements in the pipeline over the next few years, with a focus on transit accessibility. The agencies’ outreach efforts are intended “to improve the transit rider experience by implementing a range of infrastructure projects that promote safer, more efficient and accessible transit service within the city of Austin. Infrastructure improvements could include transit priority lanes, transit-specific traffic signals and improved location of bus stops.” Feedback from an online survey that launches today “will help planners understand the delays and difficulties riders experience using transit and guide infrastructure improvements that can make the greatest difference in system efficiency.” Take the survey.

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