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Bus Rapid Transit, or BRT, is a high capacity bus service that provides a fast, reliable, and convenient transit experience...and this new transit option is coming to Phoenix! BRT, approved by Phoenix voters in 2015, is being developed now and we need your input on where to add BRT in Phoenix.

Autobús de Transporte Rápido (Bus Rapid Transit) o BRT, es un servicio de autobús de alta capacidad que proporciona una experiencia de transporte rápido, confiable y conveniente. Y esta nueva opción de transporte pronto llega a Phoenix. BRT, aprobado por los votantes de Phoenix en el 2015, se está desarrollando ahora y necesitamos su opinión sobre dónde implementar BRT en Phoenix.

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For questions 4, 9, 11, and 12, please use the drop-down function instead of the drag and drop function for ranking preferred options.  

Para las preguntas 4, 9, 11 y 12, utilice la función desplegable en lugar de la función de arrastrar y soltar para clasificar las opciones preferidas.

Let's get started!

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* 1. What is your home zip code?

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* 2. How often do you use public transit?

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* 3. How familiar are you with Bus Rapid Transit?

Now, let's get your input on where BRT corridors should be established. 
Potential corridors were identified using demographic and socioeconomic data, and current transit and forecasted (future) ridership.  

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* 4. Potential East-West BRT Corridors ( A, B, C, D) 

Take a look at the Potential East-West BRT Corridors Map (below) and rank the potential east-west corridors from 1 to 4, with 1 being most preferred and 4 being least preferred:

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Potential East-West BRT Corridors (Corredores potenciales del BRT Este-Oeste) Map: Camelback Rd/24th St (A) Indian School Rd/24th St (B) Thomas Rd/44th St (C) McDowell Rd/44th St (D)

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* 5. Why do you like your most preferred east-west corridor? Select all that apply.

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* 6. Potential North-South BRT Corridors (E, F) 

Take a look at the Potential North-South BRT Corridors Map (below) and select the preferred north-south corridor:

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Potential North-South BRT Corridors (Corredores potenciales del BRT Norte-Sur) Map: 35th Ave/Van Buren St (E)- 35th Avenue Suboption: 19th Ave between Camelback and Van Buren (ES) 35th Avenue Subopción: 19th Ave entre Camelback y Van Buren;  19th Ave/Van Buren St (F)- 19th Avenue Suboption: extend route from Montebello to Sunnyslope Transit Center (ES) 19th Avenue Subopción: extender la ruta desde Montebello hasta Centro de Transporte Sunnyslope

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* 7. Why do you like your most preferred north-south corridor? Select all that apply.

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* 8. If you have suggested modifications to any of the six potential corridors (A, B, C, D, E, F - reference maps from questions 4 and 6), please provide your ideas in the space below.

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* 9. Potential Network Scenarios

Ultimately, our goal is to identify the BRT foundation network, which will consist of three corridors. Taking into consideration spacing between corridors, good connections to light rail and local bus service, and access to key destinations, below are four potential network scenarios. Rank the following from 1 to 4, with 1 being most preferred and 4 being least preferred:

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BRT Foundation Network Scenarios

Potential Network Scenarios Map: Camelback Rd/24th St, Thomas Rd/44th St, 35th Ave/Van Buren St (Blue Network Scenario, Escenario Azul)- 35th Avenue Suboption: 19th Ave between Camelback and Van Buren (ES) 35th Avenue Subopción: 19th Ave entre Camelback y Van Buren;  Camelback Rd/24th St, Thomas Rd/44th St, 19th Ave/Van Buren St (Purple Network Scenario, Escenario Morado)- 19th Avenue Suboption: extend route from Montebello to Sunnyslope Transit Center (ES) 19th Avenue Subopción: extender la ruta desde Montebello hasta Centro de Transporte Sunnyslope;   Indian School Rd/24th St, McDowell Rd/44th St, 35th Ave/Van Buren St (Yellow Network Scenario, Escenario Amarillo)- 35th Avenue Suboption: 19th Ave between Camelback and Van Buren (ES) 35th Avenue Subopción: 19th Ave entre Camelback y Van Buren;  Indian School Rd/24th St, McDowell Rd/44th St, 19th Ave/Van Buren St (Green Network Scenario, Escenario Verde)- 19th Avenue Suboption: extend route from Montebello to Sunnyslope Transit Center (ES) 19th Avenue Subopción: extender la ruta desde Montebello hasta Centro de Transporte Sunnyslope

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* 10. If you have suggested modifications to any of the four potential network scenarios (Blue, Purple, Yellow, Green - reference map from question 9), please provide your ideas in the space below.

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* 11. Bus-only Lanes

Bus-only lanes substantially improve transit speed and reliability but may reduce the current number of auto lanes. Thinking about the use of bus-only lanes along potential corridors, rank the following from 1 to 3, with 1 being most preferred and 3 being least preferred:

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* 12. BRT Service

As a potential rider of BRT, what would be most important to you?  Rank the following from 1 to 4, with 1 being most important and 4 being least important:

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* 13. Please provide any additional thoughts or comments about the Phoenix Bus Rapid Transit Program.

The following demographic questions are optional.

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* 14. What is your age?

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* 15. Specify your ethnicity:

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* 16. What is your gender?

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