RAMP Overview

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RAMP is the Regional Access Mobility Partnership: a regional coalition including business, labor, public and private organizations, and citizens dedicated to improving mobility in the South Sound and Washington State. 

 

Our mission is to ensure a healthy regional economy associated with the development of an effective, efficient transportation system and the resources to sustain it. RAMP is co-chaired by Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy, Port of Tacoma Commissioner Don Meyer and Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber President & CEO Tom Pierson.

 

The following questionnaire includes 10 questions about RAMP that should take less than 5 minutes to complete.  By taking the time to fill out this brief questionnaire, you will help us ensure valuable meetings in the months ahead.

What type of organization do you represent when you attend RAMP?

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* 1. What type of organization do you represent when you attend RAMP?

How long ago did you last attend a RAMP meeting?

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* 2. How long ago did you last attend a RAMP meeting?

How would you rate access to and facilities at the Fabulich Center?

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* 3. How would you rate access to and facilities at the Fabulich Center?

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Are there other locations you'd suggest for the meetings?

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* 4. Are there other locations you'd suggest for the meetings?

Frequency of Meetings

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* 5. Frequency of Meetings

  More often About right Less often
How frequently should RAMP meetings occur?
Generally, how valuable do you find RAMP meetings?

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* 6. Generally, how valuable do you find RAMP meetings?

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Generally, how valuable do you find RAMP meetings?
What is the primary reason you do or do not attend RAMP meetings?

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* 7. What is the primary reason you do or do not attend RAMP meetings?

What is the most important thing we could do to improve RAMP meetings?

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* 8. What is the most important thing we could do to improve RAMP meetings?

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