Asheville is an increasingly popular place to live and visit, and as the number of residents, tourists, and other visitors have increased, traffic congestion and parking management have become a significant challenge. To address these issues, multiple strategies will be needed, and one such strategy is the introduction of direct shuttle services to provide quick, easy links between established transit, the downtown, and Asheville's key destinations and areas.

This Shuttle Study seeks to determine the feasibility of, and provide conceptual options for, a shuttle system that serves both residents and visitors while reducing congestion, improving accessibility, and easing the strain on the already fragile parking system. The study is also a tool towards achieving the broader objectives of enhancing transit, bicycle, and pedestrian infrastructure and accessibility in Asheville. This survey will help us to better understand the streets, locations, destinations, etc. that are important to Asheville's residents and visitors as a conceptual shuttle network is designed.

Please take a moment to complete the survey. The survey contains only four (4) questions and should only take a few minutes to complete. This survey is entirely anonymous, will be treated as confidential, and will only be used for the purposes of this study.

Thank you for your participation!