Thank you for taking the time to complete this important survey to help Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans), Southeast Vermont Transit (SEVT), and other community transportation stakeholders understand transportation needs, challenges, and desires along the Vermont Route 30 Corridor. 

VTrans recently commissioned this study to examine the potential for establishing public transportation service along the VT Route 30 corridor between Brattleboro and Stratton. The route, if implemented, would serve the towns of Brattleboro, Dummerston, Newfane, Townshend, Jamaica, WInhall, and a final stop at Stratton Mountain. During this transit feasibility study, your local project steering committee needs you to help them understand and prioritize the needs a new bus service could address. Transportation needs that could be served might include access to employment, hospitals, recreation, or shopping areas. It might also include satisfying a local priority to offer an alternative to driving your personal automobile.

The entire survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. Thank you again for your time and attention. Please complete the survey by August 20, 2021. Stay tuned for updates! 

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* 1. What is the nearest town to your house? (This information will help us understand where along the Route 30 corridor you might originate and/or end a trip.)

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* 2. In the last month, how often did you travel to another town in the region (for any purpose)?

  Brattleboro Dummerston Newfane Townshend Jamaica Winhall Stratton
Less than Once a Week
Once a Week
2 to 3 Days/Week
5 to 7 Days/Week

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* 3. What is your employment status as of today?