TCTD STIF Project Survey
Tillamook County Transit District (TCTD) provides a variety of public transportation services throughout northwest Oregon, including general public dial-a-ride, local deviated route, intercity, and commuter bus services.
In order to improve and/or expand its service, TCTD has been granted state-level funding from the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund (STIF). There are a number of different projects that TCTD could use this new funding source to pursue. TCTD has a variety of plans (such as the Transit Development Plan, Intercity Transit Enhancement Plan, and Coordinated Public Transit Human Services Plan) that all contain projects that could be pursued with these funds.
The purpose of this survey is to collect feedback on which projects would be most beneficial to the Tillamook County community. Each project currently under consideration is listed below, grouped into one of the following four categories:
- Fixed Route Service
- Deviated Fixed Route / Dial-a-Ride Service
For each project option listed, please select a score, ranging from "I would not like this project" to "I would be very interested in this project". Each potential project is also accompanied by a comment box if you'd like to clarify any of your scores or make specific comments about a project. This is not required. Lastly, a comment box at the end allows for write-in options for potential projects TCTD should explore.
The estimated time to complete this survey is 5-10 minutes. On the last page of the survey, you can optionally input your contact information to be entered into a drawing for a $25 Fred Meyer gift card.