Feedback on NCTCOG Idle Reduction Strategies

The North Central Texas Council of Governments is committed to improving regional air quality by supporting local strategies that reduce unnecessary vehicle idling. Please help us by completing the brief survey below to indicate your organization's interest in different types of idle-reduction initiatives and which types of resources would be most helpful.

* 1. How interested would your organization be in addressing vehicle idling around the following locations:

  Very Likely Somewhat Likely Not Likely
Hospitals
Business Centers/Retail Areas
Distribution Centers
Park Areas
Universities/Schools
Designated Public Spaces

* 2. How concerned is your organization about reducing idling from the following types of vehicles?

  Very Concerned Somewhat Concerned Not Concerned
Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles
Heavy-Duty Passenger Buses
Medium-Duty Work Vehicles
Light-Duty Passenger Vehicles
Off-Road Construction or Agricultural Equipment
Off-Road Locomotives or Aircraft

* 3. How interested would your organization be in pursuing the following strategies to reduce vehicle idling?

  Very Likely Somewhat Likely Not Likely
Regulation-- Legally enforceable regulation limiting unnecessary vehicle idling.
Campaign-- Public awareness campaign promoting idle reduction.
Policy-- Internal idle-reduction policy regarding entity-owned vehicles.

* 4. What types of messaging would your organization be interested in using to promote idle-reduction initiatives?

  Very Interested Somewhat Interested Not Interested
Air Quality Benefits
Health Benefits
Fuel Savings
Reduced Vehicle Wear and Tear

* 5. What resources would your organization find helpful to implement idle-reduction strategies?

  Very Helpful Somewhat Helpful Not Helpful
Educational Resources
Technical Resources
Enforcement Resources
Outreach Resources

* 6. Would you or your organization like to be a part of a working group dedicated to developing or improving these strategies for the region?

* 7. Please fill out the contact information below.

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