Transportation Survey

Dear Friend,

It’s important to hear directly from you about the impacts of transportation and traffic in our community. Our highways, roads and public transit play a vital role in moving people, goods and services, and support our livelihood each and every day.

The Legislature will invest $5.4 billion annually over the next decade to repair and maintain neighborhood streets, freeways and bridges, and improve transit and congested corridors. Over the next ten years Caltrans will spend over $1.7 billion in Marin and Sonoma Counties. This is on top of the money already invested in the Marin-Sonoma Narrows HOV lane project, ramp metering on Highway 101 in Central Marin, and pavement improvements along Highway 116.

As officials work to improve our highways and local roads to reduce congestion in the North Bay, your input can help shape the solutions that will keep our community moving. With this in mind, please take a moment to complete the survey below.




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Survey Questions
1. How do you get around?
2. How many hours do you spend traveling to do the following?
3. Which highways are part of your daily commute?
4. Does your weekday commute involve a toll bridge?
5. What issues should transportation agencies prioritize?
6. Do you know the role that each level of government plays in maintaining infrastructure in your area?
7. Do you believe the state transportation agency is doing its best to update and maintain highways?
8. Do you believe your local government is doing its best to update and maintain local roads?
9. Are you familiar with road or transit projects underway in your community that are funded by SB1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017?
10. If you currently commute by car, could you see yourself using public transit if it were more efficient and frequent?
11. Where do you receive information about transportation issues from?
12. How do you want to receive information about transportation issues and updates?