Optimising public transport for the north eastern suburbs

A key objective of the North East Public Transport Study is to identify opportunities to increase public transport use within the north eastern suburbs of Adelaide as well as make it easier to access interchanges via alternative modes of transport such as walking, cycling and feeder services.

Your input will help the project team identify current barriers to public transport use and opportunities to enhance the north eastern public transport system.
By filling out this survey you can also go into the draw to win one of five $50 metrocards.

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* 1. What best describes you? (You can pick more than one option)

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* 2. What suburb do you live in?

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* 3. What suburb do you work/study in? (if applicable)

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* 5. How often do you use public transport?

  Daily A few times a week A few times a month A few times a year Never
O-Bahn buses
Other buses
Trains
Trams

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* 6. When you catch public transport, what are your most common destinations (e.g. Adelaide CBD, Tea Tree Plaza)

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* 7. When you catch public transport, how do you get to your stop, station or interchange?

  Often Sometimes Occasionally Never
Walk/run
Scooter/skateboard
Cycle
Wheelchair/mobility scooter
Feeder bus
Drive and park
Drive and get dropped off

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