KDOT Seeks Cycling, Walking Feedback
The Kansas Department of Transportation wants to know the needs of walkers and riders. A new KDOT online survey is seeking public input statewide on the needs of pedestrians and bicycle-riders, and the status of resources related to biking and walking.
"The survey will help us better understand how to use limited resources for bicycling and pedestrian facilities in Kansas," said Becky Pepper, KDOT bicycle pedestrian coordinator. "The survey is part of the Kansas Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan update to enhance transportation and related goals of safety, public health, recreation, tourism and community development."
Survey-takers will be asked how they use and value bicycling and walking facilities and policies, and whether changes are needed.
KDOT officials say the online survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. To link up to the survey, click here.