"Let's Get You Where You Want To Go" Regional Transportation Survey
1. Estuary Regional Bus Needs
Traveling to and from Chester to Old Saybrook in a car that gets 20mpg, once a day, five days a week, at a gas price of $4.35/gal, costs $25/week. But does the bus or train go where and when I need it to go?
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your input will help the 9 towns in the Estuary region, the Regional Planning Agency, The Estuary Transit District, and CT DOT improve alternative transportation options and create bus routes that meet your needs. The region is also working to integrate all modes of transportation to improve ease of use and accessibility for all users.
If you have friends or family that are interested in leaving their cars at home, enjoy recreational biking, need to take the public bus or train, please send them to WWW.CRERPA.ORG to submit electronically. Paper copies are also available at the CRERPA office in Old Saybrook, on the 9 Town Transit Public Bus, Shoreline East, town libraries, town halls, and some local businesses.
This survey is sponsored by: the CT River Estuary Regional Planning Agency (CRERPA), the CT River Estuary Metropolitan Planning Organizaiton (CREMPO), the Lower Valley Selectman's Association (LCVSA), and the Estuary Transit District (ETD).
Definition of ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION: the use of a transportation mode other than the automobile, including use of commuter parking lots to access buses or trains.
|Which Commuter Lot Do You Use?|
|Less than Weekly|