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The Old Colony Planning Council (OCPC) is conducting the Main Street Brockton Corridor Study in collaboration with the City of Brockton Mayor's Office.  The study area includes Main Street in Brockton from the West Bridgewater Town line through Brockton Downtown to the Avon Town line.  The purpose of this study is to evaluate existing and future traffic conditions as well as bicycle, pedestrian, public transit, parking, and land use conditions.  

This survey provides an opportunity for community input regarding mobility needs, quality-of-life, safety, and environmental issues.  By filling out this survey, you are helping to meet your community's needs. It will take you about 10 minutes to complete this survey.

Thank you for your participation and interest in your community – we look forward to your comments. Visit us at www.ocpcrpa.org for more information. 

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* 1. Where do you live (City/Town)?

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* 2. What is your primary choice of transportation?

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* 3. Do you use a mobile assistance device (walker, scooter, wheelchair, etc.)?

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* 4. At what intersection or location do you experience the WORST congestion or delays within the Main Street Brockton corridor?

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* 5. How much delay do you usually experience at this location?

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* 6. What time of day does the congestion occur?

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* 7. What time of year does the congestion mostly occur 

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* 8. What do you believe is the root cause for congestion and delay?

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* 9. Do you combine different modes of transportation on your commute?

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* 10. What obstacles do you face while commuting (Ex. sidewalk conditions, potholes, traffic, bicycling conditions, bus delays, etc.)?

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* 11. What improvements for safety and convenience do you think should be made in the study area for better mobility conditions (Ex. Bicycle lanes, bus lanes, bus shelters, police enforcement, better sidewalks, better lighting, etc.)?

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* 12. Additional Comments

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* 13. Thank you for taking part in our survey. Please contact OCPC to request more information on our study.  Please leave us your name and email to receive more information.

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