CAT says this survey focuses on the tradeoffs that must be considered when planning a bus system, such as “Which do you prefer – a shorter walk to the bus stop or a shorter wait for the bus?”
All members of the community are encouraged to participate by completing the five-minute survey on desktop or mobile, which may be accessed in English and Spanish at www.catchacat.org under News & Updates.
Survey participants can register for a chance to win one of two monthly CAT bus passes or one of two $25 gift cards from Kroger.
The survey also is available at the following public locations:
CAT Central, 900 East Gwinnett Street, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Joe Rivers Murray Intermodal Transfer Center, 610 W. Oglethorpe, Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
To assist the community with becoming familiar and engaged with the project, CAT has established a project-specific website at letsgo.catchacat.org that provides information on the initiative, data and project documents, upcoming events, and a sign up for project email updates.
The project is anticipated to conclude at the end of 2019.