Decatur requesting feedback on transportation

Posted by Dena Mellick March 3, 2016
The historic Decatur GA courthouse

The historic Decatur GA courthouse

The city of Decatur is asking the community to take part in a survey on transportation options.

The deadline to take part in the Decatur Transportation Survey is Monday, Mar. 7.

The survey introduction says, “An important component of a great community is the ability to easily get from one place to another, within and outside of the community. Where do you want to go? Do you know about transportation alternatives for getting around when you can’t or don’t want to drive, bike or walk? This survey is designed to obtain information from City of Decatur residents about the current and expected future needs of its citizens.”

The survey itself asks questions about the type of transportation options residents have used and whether a citywide shuttle service is needed in Decatur. It asks where and when residents might want to see a shuttle service. It also inquires whether residents have been discouraged from going somewhere in Decatur because of the lack of transportation or convenient parking.

The city says the survey takes five minutes to complete. The city said in an email, “Hard copies of the survey are available in the Community & Economic Development Department on the 2nd floor of Decatur City Hall, 509 N. McDonough St. If you have questions, contact leeann.harvey@decaturga.com or 678-553-6548.”

About Dena Mellick

Dena Mellick is the Associate Editor of Decaturish.com.

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