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Penn State Launches Campus Travel & Mobility Survey

Annoyed that CATA buses aren’t running like they used to? Take it up with Penn State through a new survey.

This week, Penn State Transportation Services released a new questionnaire that aims to improve local transportation services and campus accessibility. Students, faculty, staff, and frequent visitors can share their thoughts regarding transportation accessibility regarding their commute to and from campus.

The survey takes just about 10 minutes to complete. Those interested in taking the survey can access it online through March 4.

The survey is part of a larger study that’s conducted by Whitman, Requardt, & Associates, an engineering and construction firm, in partnership with CATA and Penn State. The firm intends to use survey data to suggest changes to bus routes and delivery methods based on factors such as ridership and demand.

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