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* 1. Why are you interested in the US 287 BRT Feasibility Study?

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* 2. How often do you travel on US 287? If your daily travel habits have changed due to Covid-19, how often did you travel on US 287 before the pandemic? (Select top response)

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* 3. How often do you use transit along the US 287 corridor?

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* 4. What would encourage you to take transit more often?

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* 5. Are you generally in favor of Bus Rapid Transit improvements along US 287?

BRT is a high-quality, bus-based transit system that delivers fast and efficient service. Services may include dedicated lanes, busways, traffic signal priority, off-board fare collection, elevated platforms and enhanced stations. Because BRT contains features similar to a light rail or subway system, it is often considered more reliable, convenient, and faster than regular bus services (Source: Federal Transit Administration).

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* 6. Which of the following bicycling improvements are important to you on US 287?

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Off street multiuse path
On street bicycle lane
Bicycle improvements on nearby parallel roadways

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* 7. Which of the following transit improvements are important to you on US 287?

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Dedicated center running bus lanes
Dedicated shoulders for running buses
Prioritization of buses over other vehicles at intersections
Bus stop improvements (shelters, benches etc.) 

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* 8. Do you have safety concerns at any intersections along the corridor? 

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* 9. Are there any other transportation needs on US 287 that you would like to comment on?

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* 10. Do you have any general comments about this project that you’d like to share?

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