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Participate in the Region 2000 Online Transportation Needs Surveys
The Region 2000 Pedestrian and Bicycle Use Survey (Click on Title to Begin Survey)
- Takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete;
- Focuses specifically on pedestrian and bicycle use, interest, and identified needs;
The Region 2000 Motorist Congestion Survey (Click on Title to Begin Survey)
- Takes approximately 5-10 minutes to complete;
- Focuses specifically on the roadway network;
Description of activity:
Assist the Region 2000 Local Government Council (LGC), the Central Virginia Metropolitan Planning Organization (CVMPO), and Region 2000 localities prioritize transportation needs and develop strategies to ensure a safe, efficient, and balanced transportation system that meets the needs of all users.
The LGC and its member localities of Region 2000 – the counties of Amherst, Appomattox, Campbell, and Bedford, the towns of Altavista, Amherst, Appomattox and Brookneal, and the cities of Lynchburg and Bedford – have launched two on-line transportation surveys to assess current conditions and identify needs from the perspective of our communities’ motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.
Each survey allows local residents the opportunity to provide detailed information on specific transportation needs within the areas they live, work, go to school, and travel most often.
We encourage everyone living in Region 2000 to participate in these transportation surveys so that we can utilize this information in our transportation planning efforts and development decisions that take into account the broad spectrum of local preferences and needs from all sectors of the Region 2000 community.
To learn more about Transportation Needs Surveys contact:
(434)845-5678 ext. 217