Northwest Corridor Survey

Our region has launched an unprecedented initiative to address mobility, equity and quality of life, called LinkUS. With population growth that will add up to a million people in Central Ohio over the next 30 years, the Northwest Corridor is poised to enhance the region’s economic potential, access to jobs and housing options. However, new development, along with the many regionally significant employment centers and destinations in the corridor, brings increased demands on our transportation system and a need for new mobility improvements. Your insights through the following survey will help to inform the LinkUS: Northwest Corridor initiative so that it can capitalize on this important moment to address growth and change.

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NW corridor rd1 survey
1. Do you live and/or work along the Northwest Corridor, or travel through the corridor for other reasons? (check all that apply)
2. How do you get around the corridor to complete your daily tasks? (check all that apply)
4. How important are each of the following goals to you?

Improving mobility in Central Ohio is critical to achieving regional goals for smart and efficient future growth. More information on the LinksUS goals can be found here.

Rate each goal with 1 being not important at all and 7 being very important.

5. As growth and development continue in the Northwest Corridor and more people are traveling in the area, what is your preference for how they travel?
6. How much do you agree with the following statement? I would like to have more transportation choices in the Northwest Corridor.

Rate with 1 being not important at all and 7 being very important.

7. What would entice you to ride transit more frequently along the Northwest Corridor? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)
9. Sometimes, travel safety and transportation choices can be enhanced by changes that also cause cars to move more slowly on city streets. How would you feel if some of your car trips

took a few minutes longer in exchange for more travel choices and safety enhancements in the Northwest Corridor?

Rate with 1 being completely disagree and 7 being completely agree.

12. What would your expectations be for any future development around transit stations or mobility hubs? (SELECT ONLY THREE)
16. What is your gender?
17. What is your age?
18. Which racial group do you most closely identify with?
19. Are you Hispanic or Latino?
Would you like to receive email updates about LinkUS?