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Monday, April 18, 2016

From our director: Sharing your travel story benefits us all



By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

We let you know recently about an opportunity to help chart our transportation future through the National Household Travel Survey if yours is among up to 30,000 Arizona households invited to participate. For those who aren't invited, we've set up our own online survey so everyone can share their travel story.

Today we're sharing a public service announcement on these surveys featuring ADOT Director John Halikowski. Please check it out and see how you can provide information that will help guide decisions not just on freeways and bridges but public transportation, bikeways and even sidewalks.

More information on these surveys is available at azdot.gov/nhts.
Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  Bike, Director, Planning, Public-Transportation, Survey


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