Welcome to the East Bay Center For the Blind's Transportation Justice Project Survey

Introduction
  • You have been asked to fill out this survey because we are collecting data to assess the problems seniors and people with disabilities encounter when using public transportation.
  • You can decide whether or not to take part in this survey. Even if you begin the survey, you may stop at any time.
  • This study will not help you directly, but we hope the information collected from this survey can be used to inform policies and existing service providers about transportation for seniors and people with disabilities.
 
What will happen with this survey?
  • If you decide to take the survey, we will ask you to answer some questions about your experience using different public transportation methods.
  • Some of the questions may ask you to remember painful memories about difficulties you have faced using public transportation. If those questions make you uncomfortable, you don’t have to answer them. You can skip them and answer other questions on the survey if you want to.
  • Answering these questions should take you about 5 to 7 minutes.
Confidentiality
 
  • Your responses will be anonymous however we are asking for information about your age, race/ethnicity, and the city where you live. No identifying information will be used in any articles or reports.
  • If you are interested in participating more in this project you can provide your contact information as the last question of the survey.

What if I have questions or concerns?

If you have questions about the survey, feel free to contact Jenna Rubin, Outreach Coordinator, at (510) 843-6935 or eastbaycenterfortheblind@gmail.com; please put Transit Justice Project in the email subject line.

Thank you for taking time to complete this survey.

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