The Dan Patch Corridor is an existing railroad corridor through the communities of Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, Edina, Bloomington, Savage, Burnsville, Lakeville, Eureka Township, and Northfield. Rail transit, either light rail, commuter/regional rail, or intercity rail, has been considered for this route. This survey is not being conducted by the Metropolitan Council, MnDOT, or any other government agency. This data will be used in an independent study of the Dan Patch Corridor.

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* 1. Do you use public transit (bus, light rail, and/or commuter rail) in the Twin Cities?

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* 2. If you use public transit in the Twin Cities, how would you rate our transit system?

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* 3. How much do you know about the Dan Patch Corridor?

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* 4. The Dan Patch Legislative Ban forbids discussion, studying, funding, and construction of regional/commuter rail along the Dan Patch Corridor by MnDOT and the Metropolitan Council. What is your stance on the Dan Patch Legislative Ban?

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* 5. Which mode of transit, if any, do you believe should be implemented on the Dan Patch Corridor?

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* 6. What are potential benefits and challenges to implementing rail transit (light rail, regional rail, or intercity rail) on the Dan Patch Corridor?

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* 7. If the Dan Patch Corridor was a commuter/regional rail service between Minneapolis and Northfield, would you use it?

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* 8. Would you be more likely to use the Dan Patch Corridor if transit connections to/from Dan Patch Corridor stations were improved and/or there were a system of regional rail lines around the Twin Cities area?

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* 9. Which city do you live in?

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* 10. Do you have any additional comments on the Dan Patch Corridor?

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