1. Required Questions

The River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) wants your input as we plan transportation improvements for Volusia County and parts of Flagler County. All responses received by 5/30/20 will be eligible to enter a drawing for a three day/two night hotel stay-vacation for two.
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At the conclusion of the survey, a "Thank You" message will appear. Any surveys that are offered after the thank you message are not associated with the River to Sea TPO.

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* 1a.  Home Zip:

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* Work/School Zip (if applicable):

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* 1b. Have you taken a River to Sea TPO “Tell the TPO” survey in previous years? (Check one):

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* 2. Previous surveys show over 90% of people complete their trips by driving alone. However, many new travel options are becoming popular. In the last 12 months, how often have you used the following options? (Choose one of the following options for each item: 0 times, 1-5 times, 6-10 times, 11-15 times, 16+ times)

  0 times (have not used) 1 to 5 times 6 to 10 times 11 to 15 times 16 times or more
Ride hailing services (Uber, Lyft, Taxi)
Carsharing – Short-term rentals by the hour (Zip, FlexCar)
E-bikes/E-scooters/Segways (Lime, Bird)
Carpooling/Vanpooling
Passenger rail (SunRail, Brightline/Virgin Trains)
Golf cart/electric vehicle (not a car, but used on roads)

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* 3.  Safety is a priority for the River to Sea TPO and is important for people who walk and ride bicycles.  Which of the following do you think will be most effective in improving bicycle and pedestrian safety? (Choose three from the following):

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* 4. Roughly 7,075 crashes involving serious injuries and fatalities are reported each year in Volusia and Flagler Counties. Distracted driving, speeding and impaired driving account for almost 90% of these crashes.  In your opinion, what would be the most effective ways to reduce crashes?  (Choose two from the following):

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* 5. Previous surveys have indicated that people are generally not satisfied with the level of public transit provided and that more frequent service and more routes are needed. How should additional public transit be funded? (Choose one from the following):

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* 6. New transportation technology is important for which of the following  (Select one answer for each category):

  1 = Most important 2= Somewhat important 3 = Neutral 4 = Less important 5 = Least important
Improving the flow of vehicle traffic
Reducing freight shipping travel times
Decreasing roadway crashes
Helping transit vehicles arrive on time or have shorter travel times
Providing safer intersections for pedestrians (talking or countdown signals, etc.)
Providing real-time information to drivers/transit riders/pedestrians (via mobile devices, variable message signs on roadways, etc.)

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* 7. Which of the following options would most likely increase your interest in buying an electric/hybrid plug-in vehicle? (Choose two from the following):

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* 8. What transportation change/action is needed to improve quality of life in Volusia and Flagler Counties?  (Choose two from the following):

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* 9. Transportation needs exceed the amount of funding available. Which types of transportation projects are your highest priorities to fund with our limited resources? (Choose three from the following):

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* 10. Roundabouts are used to improve the safety and efficiency of an intersection rather than a four-way stop or set of traffic signals. With regards to roundabouts, how much do you agree with the following? (Choose Yes or No)

  Yes  No
I have driven through a roundabout
Roundabouts are easy and safe to drive through
Traffic seems to move faster compared to typical four-way intersections
I support increased use of roundabouts in neighborhoods
I support increased use of roundabouts in commercial areas

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