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Future of Regional Transit, 1015 Transit Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80903.
Where Should We Go?
What is the zip code where you live?
Does the Pikes Peak region need an improved public transit system?
Why/Why not? (text box will expand as you type your answer)
Do we need a more stable funding source to assure public transit services
are responsive to regional transit needs? Why/Why not? (text box will expand as
you type your answer)
How much transit service do you think citizens in the Pikes Peak region
would and should be willing to pay for? (Check one)
In addition to the support of farebox and advertising revenues, how should
the region fund transit? (Check one)
Sales Tax Vehicle Registration Fee
Property Tax Combination:__________________________
How independent should governance of regional transit be and why? (text box
will expand as you type your answer)
What type of governance structure should regional transit rely upon?
Remain a department of the City of Colorado Springs.
Become an Agency or Commission of the City of Colorado Springs.
Become an Agency or Commission of the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation
Become a new, separate authority.
Where would you be likely to go using public transit if the service existed?
(Numerically rank all)
Colorado Springs Airport
Falcon, Monument, &/or Woodland Park
Downtown Denver &/or Downtown Pueblo
Briargate &/or Stetson Hills
Hospitals &/or medical clinics
Shopping Centers/Grocery Stores
Work (daily, or occasionally?)
What public transit services are most important to the community?
(Numerically rank all)
Providing mobility to seniors, disabled, students, and those that cannot afford to
own their own vehicle.
Economic development: drawing employees (and therefore new jobs) to the
Improve air quality, reduce carbon emissions.
Reduce traffic congestion: provide alternatives to single occupancy vehicles.
Promote a more walkable and livable community with vibrant neighborhoods and
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