SRPEDD is looking for input from the public to assist in the study of the Route 1 corridor from Hoppin Hill Avenue (Rte. 120) in North Attleborough south to Highland Avenue in Attleboro. The study area covers 4 miles, 12 signalized intersections and includes the I-295 interchange, as well as dozens of shopping plazas and businesses. Please complete this survey regarding your travel experiences on Route 1 and about your hopes for future improvements. It will only take 5 minutes to complete. Your responses will be of great assistance to us. Thank you.

* 1. How do you usually travel on Route 1 in Attleboro and North Attleborough?

* 2. If you walk or bike, do you feel safe with the traffic conditions?

* 3. In which town or zip code do you usually start your trip?

* 4. In which town or zip code do you usually end your trip?

* 5. What is usually the reason for your trip?

* 6. How often do you travel Route 1 to access the MBTA Commuter Rail Station in South Attleboro?

* 7. Is your trip on Route 1 usually a drive through trip on the way to somewhere else or do you make a stop or stops along Route 1?

* 8. Do you ever take a detour to avoid Route 1?

* 9. When do you take a detour?

* 10. What other roads do you use to avoid Route 1?

* 11. Why do you avoid this area?

* 12. Did you know that there are several GATRA routes providing bus service on Route 1?

* 13. What would make you consider leaving your car at home to take a bus to a location on or near Route 1? Check all that apply.

* 14. What do you think could improve travel and/or safety along Route 1? Check all that apply.

* 15. At which traffic signal(s) do you find the longest delay, or feel is the most dangerous? Pick no more than 3.

* 16. Please share any other concerns or comments about travel along Route 1 in Attleboro and North Attleborough.

* 17. Please add additional comments or concerns about transportation in any area of the region here. A map of the region is below.

The Southeastern Regional Planning Economic Development District (SRPEDD) Region.

The Southeastern Regional Planning Economic Development District (SRPEDD) Region.

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