City extends survey through Friday September 18th
1,200 responses to date
The City of Colorado Springs has extended the deadline to Sept. 18 to participate in the first survey for ConnectCOS, a city-wide visionary transportation study to help meet the evolving needs of this growing community.
The survey, which has received more than 1,200 responses to date, will be extended an additional week to allow more time for Colorado Springs residents to provide insight into their travel habits and preferences and weigh in on transportation challenges in the areas of driving, walking, bicycling, and using public transportation.
The City of Colorado Springs is seeking public input on the strengths and weakness of its transportation system as part of ConnectCOS, a city-wide visionary transportation study to help meet the evolving needs of this growing community.
If you walk, bicycle, take transit, or drive a vehicle in Colorado Springs we want to hear your input about local transportation opportunities and challenges. Please submit comments by using the following tools by September 18th. Residents are encouraged to provide input about transportation challenges in the areas of driving, walking, bicycling, and using public transportation.
Residents are encouraged to submit comments through both a digital survey to gain insight into existing travel habits and preferences and An online map tool that allows users to pinpoint specific areas that are easy or challenging to drive, walk, bike or take transit
Residents may visit the project webpage to learn more about the study and to provide feedback.
The City will integrate public comments from this and future surveys into the evaluation of our transportation system and future needs and anticipates multiple opportunities to provide comments as information is developed. Later this year, the City will host a public forum for commenting on the State of the System and potential future investments and strategies prior to the team developing recommendations and the draft ConnectCOS Transportation Plan by late summer 2021.