Pocatello Regional Transit, in partnership with the Bannock Transportation Planning Organization, wants to make sure our service is meeting your needs and we need your help!  Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey, which will help us develop our Master Transit Plan.  Your information will be kept strictly confidential and will be used for transportation planning purposes only.  We appreciate your time in helping build a better PRT system.  For more information please visit http://pocatellotransit.com/transit-master-plan

1. Where do you live?

2. Where do you go most often (using any form of transportation)?

3. In the past year, which Pocatello Regional Transit (PRT) routes and services you have used? (check all that apply)

4. How often do you use PRT’s services?

5. For what purpose do you most often ride PRT service?

6. If you are a current transit rider, what location do you usually ride transit to within the current PRT service area? If you are not a current rider, what location would you most likely ride transit to within the current PRT service area?

7. If you could pick one location for PRT buses to serve that it does not currently serve, where would it be?

8. In a typical month, which of the following forms of transportation do you use? (check all that apply)

9. Of the options you selected in Question 8, which do you use the most often? (please specify only one)

10. What prevents you from using PRT services more often or at all? (check all that apply)

11. What are your impressions of PRT’s service? Please choose up to three.

12. Which PRT improvements would you like to see? Please rate the following options from 1 (not important) to 5 (very important).

  Not Important Somewhat Important Neutral  Important Very Important
Frequent service (every 15 minutes) on major corridors (like Yellowstone)
30-minute service on all routes
Express buses (peak-hour commuter buses with limited stops serving major employment centers, such as Amy’s Organics, ICCU, Simplot, etc.)
Park & Ride (park your car at a designated lot and ride a bus to your destination)
Dedicated lanes during specified times (bus-only lanes which allow transit to bypass traffic during special events, rush hour, etc.)
Neighborhood circulators/shuttles (locally-focused routes providing connections to major corridors and other destinations)
Downtown Pocatello circulator/shuttle
Bus Stop Amenities (benches and shelters at all stops)

13. How many working cars, trucks, or vans are available for use by your household?

14. Are you able to drive yourself when you travel?

15. What is your age?

16. What race/ethnicity best describes you? Please select only one.

17. What is your employment status?

18. If you are currently employed, where do you work?

19. Are you able to use transit to commute to work?

20. If you answered no to question 19, please tell us why:

21. What is your annual household income?

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