We want to hear from everyone about their experience using the current Metro Transit system, or what could be changed to encourage them to use Metro Transit in the future. Thank you for your time and feedback.

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* 1. Have you ridden Metro Transit since June 11, 2023?

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* 2. On the map of the new system, the red (Route A), green (Route B), and dark blue lines (Routes C, D, 80, and 84) are routes that run every 15 minutes for most of the day. Medium blue lines (Routes A1, A2, C1, D1, D2, E, F, G, H, P, R, W, 28, and 38) are routes that run every 30 minutes. Light blue lines (Routes C2, J, L, O, R1, R2, and S) are routes that run about once an hour. Dashed light blue lines (Routes 55, 65, and 75) are routes that only run during the morning and afternoon “peak” periods (rush hour).

Are there areas you think should have more frequent bus service or an entirely new service? If so, where? Please describe locations by neighborhood name, landmark (such as "Woodman's East" or "Aberg Pick 'n Save"), or road corridor (such as "Old Sauk Rd between Gammon Rd and High Point Rd").

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* 3. Metro’s service hours generally begin between 5:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. and end around midnight (12 a.m.). Do you or people you know have a need for transit service outside those hours? Please select all time periods during which transit service would be helpful.

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* 4. What types of barriers do you encounter when using or trying to use Metro Transit? Please select all that apply.

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* 5. Are there any problems or gaps in the sidewalk network that make it difficult to reach bus stops? Please provide any specific locations, such as street intersections or blocks (for example, "uneven sidewalks on Fair Oaks Ave between Commercial Ave and Milwaukee Street" or "crossing Fish Hatchery Road at Emil/Ann Streets").

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* 6. Have you used Metro Transit in BOTH the old system (before June 11, 2023) AND the new system (after June 11, 2023)?

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