Holiday Trolley in Green Hills

On December 17, 2016, from approximately 10am to 4pm, the Alliance for Green Hills will offer a free holiday trolley. Park at Woodmont Christian Church and take the trolley to the major shopping centers in Green Hills. Instead of hunting for a parking spot and driving between destinations, you can catch the trolley and ride door-to-door! We hope this will add a little holiday cheer to a busy shopping weekend, while also alleviating traffic within the Green Hills Center. 

Because we are a nonprofit organization committed to finding traffic and transportation solutions, we want to go beyond simply offering a free trolley. We are also interested in gathering input and data to help us figure out if an internal circulator in Green Hills is a good idea. In partnership with the Lipscomb Institute of Sustainable Practice, Tom Doherty is offering his expertise and study to this holiday trolley as a capstone project for his coursework at Lipscomb.

Please fill out the following survey to help us build the best possible trolley route and service on December 17th - and mark your calendars to take the holiday trolley instead of the car!

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* 1. How many miles are you located from the Green Hills Center (defined as commercial area along Hillsboro Pike from Woodmont to Hobbs)?

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* 2. If you travel to the Green Hills Center, what is your primary mode of travel?

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* 3. Would you consider using a free trolley to and from the Green Hills Center during the holidays?

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* 4. If you would use the free trolley, when would be an ideal time to use the trolley?

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* 5. What areas are the most convenient for pick-up locations in the Green Hills Center?

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Mall at Green Hills
Bandywood
Hill Center
Greenbriar Village along Hillsboro Pike (Parnassus, Donut Den)
Greenbriar Village II along Richard Jones (Green Hills Grille)
The Glendale (Pier One)
Lipscomb Campus

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* 6. Do you think that a trolley service would address congestion and traffic issues in the Green Hills area?

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* 7. Do you think that congestion and traffic are problems when traveling in the Green Hills area?

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* 8. Would a financial incentive for purchases in Green Hills, such as a 5%-10% discount if you use the trolley, encourage you to use a transit option rather than the car?

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* 9. If you own a vehicle, what is your average mileage per gallon? Use this tool to enter your year, make and model, if you are unsure: www.fueleconomy.gov.

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* 10. What amenities or benefits are important when considering a trolley or shuttle as a transit option?

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