Neighborhood Survey on Your Transportation Preferences
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS NEED TO HEAR FROM EVERYONE, REGARDLESS OF YOUR CHOSEN MODES OF TRANSIT! Please note this is NOT an LTD sponsored survey.
Your immediate, anonymous feedback is critical: Lane Transit District (LTD) has proposed the most dramatic bus system changes in its history to promote what they hope would be an overall increase in system ridership. Details are available at
This survey was designed by the Southeast Neighbors ad hoc committee on transportation as a way to help all neighborhoods collect more detailed information on how community members use (or don't use) buses in our neighborhoods and how Transit Tomorrow may impact neighborhoods. The information we collect will help facilitate dialogue and responsible decision-making with the LTD Board of Directors. A final plan will be voted on by the board in June 2020.
Estimated time to take this survey: 4 minutes
What neighborhood do you live in?
Southwest Hills Neighborhoods Association
Friendly Area Neighbors
Laurel Hill Valley
West Eugene Community Organization
Goodpasture Island Neigbbors
1. In the past 12 months, how often have you AND your dependents living in your household boarded an LTD bus? (Count return trips as their own trip)
5 or more times per week on average
Between 1-4 times per week on average
A few times a month
A few times this year
Use this proposed bus system map as you take the survey.
2. Transit Tomorrow represents a trade-off: providing more frequent service in the downtown core would mean LTD provides less access to people living in lower density areas.
I'd prefer the system to stay about as it is so that no one loses access
I'd prefer the Transit Tomorrow route map (see map above) so that some routes are frequently serviced
I'd prefer a third option that seeks to increase system ridership through less dramatic access changes
3. How will the current Transit Tomorrow route proposals, as projected on the map above, most likely affect your bus riding behavior?
It will make me more likely to ride the bus
It will make me less likely to ride the bus and unable to access any transportation at all
It will make me less likely to ride the bus and more likely to ride a car
It will make me less likely to ride the bus and more likely to bike, scooter, or walk
It will probably not alter the frequency of my bus riding behavior
4. Do you favor increasing bus frequency from 30 minutes to 15 minutes for the most heavily used downtown routes if it means decreasing overall bus system access by 5% countywide?
Not sure/need more information
5. From your existing bus stop, how physically demanding would it be for you and your dependents to walk the additional distance to the proposed new closest stop? Consider any elevation gain/loss of your new stop.
Not physically demanding at all, no problem
A challenge, but i can do it
A physical challenge for me
Probably not possible or cause an extreme hardship
The proposal would not alter my closest bus stop
I'm not sure/other
6. If you are/could be a person with access to unlimited car use, are there factors that would persuade you to take a bus the next time you go out, instead of taking the car? Choose up to 3.
Truthfully, nothing if I have car access
I already take the bus as much as I can
15 minute bus frequency in the downtown corridor that make connections faster
15 minute bus frequency in the neighborhood where I get picked up/dropped off
Electric/hybrid bus service
A bus stop closer to where I live
Free (tax supported) fare
Knowing the route will operate late enough to take you back home as well
Speeding up the rate of the bus route via traffic signal priority for buses and streamlining the number of stops
A better way to reach my final destination once I disembark
Better bus stop infrastructure such as accessibility improvements, sidewalks, covered seats, digital location updates
7. What scenario best describes your lifestyle?
I cannot drive or do not drive: Bus/walk/bike dependent
I primarily drive a car for transport, and there's little chance any improvements to bike or bus will change my lifestyle
I primarily drive a car for transport, but am interested in biking more
I primarily drive a car for transport, but am interested in taking the bus more
I regularly use some combination of car, and bus, and foot/bike
I regularly use some combination of car and bus but do not bike
I regularly use some combination of car, foot/bike but no bus
8. How important is it to you to have useful public bus access within 1/2 mile of your front door?
Critical: I will mostly likely need to move if I cannot access public transit
Important: It was one of the main factors that drew me to my location
Moderate: It is an excellent amenity, but I would have probably lived here without it
Unimportant: It does not matter to me much
9. If provided as part of the neighborhood's transportation network, would you be able and willing to use an electric scooter share to take you short distances within the neighborhood?
I don't know yet
10. When you leave your house by any means of transportation, where do you and your dependents most often go? (Choose up to 3)
Somewhere else within my neighborhood, within a mile
East of downtown areas (University of Oregon, NCC, Hendricks, Laurel Hill)
The downtown area (including the LTD transit hub)
Lane Community College area
Central/Southern Eugene (South of 18th, North of 30th including Roosevelt MS ,SEHS, Amazon, etc.)
Springfield, including Riverbend and McKenzie Willamette
Commercial areas in South Eugene (Albertson's, Woodfield Station, Safeway shopping areas)
Areas west of downtown, West of Chambers
Coburg Road area
River Road or Santa Clara
Ridgeline Trail System
Choose as many as describe you
Currently looking for work
Unable to work
Select your age range
Do you or your any of your dependents have a disability?
(Optional) Please provide any further feedback relating to Transit Tomorrow, bus transit, or getting around that you wish to share:
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