Employee Transit Survey

The City of Bangor and its municipal partners that contribute to the operation of regional Community Connector bus services have launched a study to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the current level of public transit service and to determine future needs. A critical component of the study is market research to determine the satisfaction of current riders with their service; to determine what characteristics of transit service would lure new riders to Community Connector service and this survey to determine Employee interest in transit service.

This survey has been designed to assess the commuting habits and preferences of our organization.  All responses are confidential.  The survey that will take approximately ten(10) minutes to complete and will be available until March 22, 2019, in order to keep the study on schedule for completion by June 1, 2019.

Should you have questions or require assistance to complete the survey, please email Laurie Linscott at laurie.linscott@bangormaine.gov.

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* 1. Name:  

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* 2. How do you commute to work during a typical week? 

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* 3. How many miles do you travel to work?  (one way):

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* 4. How many minutes does it take for your commute to work? (average)

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* 5. When do you typically:

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* 6. How many days a week do you arrive and depart at the same time?

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* 7. Do you pick up or drop off children / family members on your commute?

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* 8. If you use an alternative commute mode (bike, bus, walk,
vanpool, carpool) what motivated you to do so?
(Check up to three choices)

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* 9. If you drive alone to work, what are your main reasons for doing so?   (Check up to three)

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* 10. What would encourage you to use public transit (bus)? 
(check up to two)

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* 11. If you were to choose an alternative most of transportation, what modes would you consider? (check up to two)

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* 12. If you drive now, would you consider using transit if your employer offered a "pre-tax" transit benefit that allows you to pay for your pay check, reducing your taxable income?

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