The City’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure invites you to participate in the City of Denver’s Annual Travel Survey (bit.ly/DenverTravelSurvey). The survey is available in English and Spanish and is open now through October 18.
The City of Denver is continually exploring ways to improve how people travel around the city, while promoting choice and access to all modes of travel. The City has also established goals (through the Mayor’s Mobility Action Plan and the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan) to better balance the use of our transportation system. The goals call for 50% single occupancy vehicle commuting, 15% walking and biking, and 15% transit. These plans also call for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions – of which transportation is the second leading source in Denver.
Biking more and driving less? Let us know how your travel has changed in the past 6 months – bit.ly/DenverTravelSurvey
Your responses and the responses of your neighbors will help the City better gauge how Denver residents and workers get around on a daily basis, how they’d like to travel, and what could be done to improve their experience. This year the survey is designed to also help the City understand how COVID-19 has impacted travel around the City and commute patterns.
Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions.