Transit Behavior Questions

The City of West Memphis is considering developing an On-Demand ridesharing transit service. Here's how it would work:
  • You could request a ride using a smartphone app, phone call, or text message
  • You would wait for a shuttle to come pick you up nearby (you might have to walk a couple of minutes to meet the vehicle).
  • If you have a smartphone, you can track your ride's location.
  • You would usually wait 10-20 minutes for a pickup.
  • The vehicle would stop to pick up other passengers along the way.
  • Fares would be similar to MATA bus fares.

 

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* 1. How do you primarily travel within West Memphis?

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* 2. Think about your most recent trip (work, school, grocery store, or other regular destination). How did you get to your destination?

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* 3. How long was your trip? (in minutes)

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* 4. How likely would you be to use public transit for your next trip if you were guaranteed to walk less than 2 minutes, wait less than 10 minutes, and reserve a socially distanced seat?

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* 5. How often would you take public transportation if West Memphis invested in an On-Demand ridesharing model?

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* 6. Tell us what you think! Your opinion is important.

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