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* 1. What is your perception of mobility needs for persons in Gainesville who do not have access to an automobile or choose not to drive?

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* 2. For persons who choose not to drive, do you think this market is growing, staying about the same, or decreasing?

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* 3. For persons who choose not to drive, how might mobility options be improved and made safer? Think about the needs and rights of bicyclists and pedestrians. Check all that apply.

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* 4. For persons who do not have access to a vehicle, do you think this market is growing, staying about the same, or decreasing?

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* 5. For persons who do not have access to a vehicle, how does reduced access to mobility impact these individuals? Think about the need to get to access school, work, education, health care, life needs, social, recreational needs. Check all that apply.

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* 6. How does reduced access to mobility impact the community and local economy? Check all that apply.

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* 7. What is your understanding of and experience with the existing public transportation system (RTS) and related mobility services in the area?

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* 8. What is your opinion of existing RTS service?

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* 9. Do you think RTS is effective, convenient, easy to use?

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* 10. Do we need more service and/or more service options?

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* 11. Do we need to communicate more to the community about mobility options?

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* 12. Do you feel the existing service covers the areas you need to travel to regularly?

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* 13. What types of mobility services would you like? Check all that apply.

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* 14. Should the City invest more into expanding mobility services?  

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* 15. Should mobility enhancements be focused to benefit all, or should improvements be focus on the underserved?

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* 16. How should we pay for expanded mobility services? Check all that apply.

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