Every four years, the NFRMPO updates its long-range Regional Transit Element (RTE). The 2045 RTE combines subjective and objective data to make recommendations to achieve a future, successful regional transit system within the black boundary in the map below.
 
Instructions: Please respond to the following questions as accurately as possible. If responding on someone’s behalf, you may complete a separate survey for yourself.

Haga clic para tomar la encuesta en español: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/esp2045transit 
 
 NFRMPO Planning Boundary Area

* 1. Please provide your home zip code.

* 2. Please mark the communities in which you work, shop, recreate, etc.

  Work Shop Recreate Dining/Going Out Other
Berthoud
Eaton
Evans
Fort Collins
Garden City
Greeley
Johnstown
LaSalle
Loveland
Milliken
Severance
Timnath
Windsor
Unincorporated Larimer County
Unincorporated Weld County
Outside the NFRMPO Planning Area

* 3. Please mark your age bracket.

* 4. For the purposes of this survey, transit includes local buses like COLT, GET and Transfort; regional buses like FLEX and Bustang; paratransit; and volunteer services like SAINT and Senior Resource Services (SRS). Based on this definition, have you ridden transit in the last six months? If no, please skip to Question 7.

* 5. Please select the transit service you have used in the past six months and identify how often you typically use each service. Mark N/A if you never use the service.

  Less than 1x per month Monthly Weekly Daily N/A
Bustang
COLT
FLEX
GET
Transfort
Paratransit
SAINT/SRS/RAFT/BATS

* 6. Please mark the reason(s) you use transit most often.

* 7. Please rank the reasons that prevent you from riding transit, with "1" being the most important reason and "6" the least important.

* 8. What changes to the region's current transit system would positively impact how often you ride transit?

* 9. Please list regional destinations not currently served by transit you would like to see served by transit in the future.

* 10. Would you be interested in receiving future updates about the 2045 Regional Transit Element via the NFRMPO newsletter?

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