The Watertown Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee hopes that you'll take some time to do the online questionnaire (available in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole and Portuguese)!
In 2009, MassDOT’s youMove Massachusetts project team met with people across the Commonwealth to learn about the transportation challenges individuals faced on a daily basis. From this effort, we developed a list of ten core themes: statements of fundamental importance that articulate the concerns, needs, and aspirations of Massachusetts residents for their transportation network.
I am writing to you because, as part of weMove Massachusetts (the next step in this initiative), we'd like to hear in more detail about the transportation experiences and needs of a wide range of stakeholders. We are collecting these transportation experiences and ideas to incorporate them in our goals and implementation of transportation reform. This information is being used to develop a system of priorities for transportation system investments.
I hope you will share this [blog post] and information about this effort with your colleagues and stakeholders you represent. We hope a large number of participants will visit the youMove Massachusetts website and fill out our online questionnaire (available in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole and Portuguese). Individuals may also use our interactive map (available in Spanish and English) to pinpoint a specific issue or need.
If you need a print copy of the questionnaire, please contact Rachel Hammerman, Regina Villa Associates, email@example.com, and she will mail it to you. Please specify the language you need.
Feel free to email me if you have any questions about this project.
Sunday, January 29, 2012
The following message comes from Trey Wadsworth, Project Manager for MassDOT:
Posted by Rob Van Dyk at 7:57 PM