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Posted on: July 22, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Give Your Input on Multi-Modal Mobility through FDOT's Online Survey

FDOT multi-modal mobility survey

Florida State University is conducting a research project for the Florida Department of Transportation. The topic of the study is Multi-Modal Mobility in North Florida.  Multi-modal mobility covers getting around by your personal car or truck, but it also encompasses other types of vehicles, like a bus, train, or even by bicycle, as well as simply walking.

We are supporting the FSU research team by posting notice of this project and a link to a survey they have developed. The survey will help the team better understand the options and desires of people living in or travelling through North Florida, as well as preferences regarding several types of regional transportation modes (rail, bus, etc.).  Completing the survey should only take a few minutes of your time, but will help FDOT better plan for future transportation needs.

The survey link can be found here:

If you have in any further questions about this research project, the survey, or how the survey will be used as part of this study, please do not hesitate to contact FSU’s Planner-in-Residence, Dennis J. Smith, AICP at

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