* 1. How familiar are you with the existing 2005-2030 State Long Range Plan- MI Transportation Plan and 2035 MITP?

* 2. The following Public Transportation and Bicycle/Pedestrian strategies were identified in the development of the 2005-2030 MI Transportation Plan and 2035 MITP. Which of the following actions are still priorities? (Check all that apply)

* 3. The following Roadway Network strategies were identified in the development of the 2005-2030 MI Transportation Plan and 2035 MITP. Which of the following actions are still priorities? (Check all that apply)

* 4. The following Freight Improvement priorities were identified in the development of the 2005-2030 MI Transportation Plan. Which of the following actions are still priorities? (Check all that apply)

* 5. The following other suggested strategies were identified in the development of the 2005-2030 MI Transportation Plan and 2035 MITP. Which of the following actions are still priorities? (Check all that apply)

* 6. Is the quality of transportation better/worse than five years ago?

* 7. Please comment on the ability of the current state transportation system to meet your economic development opportunities (example barriers and gaps).

* 8. How does the MI Transportation Plan support you long-range transportation planning?

* 9. The following cargo and port area strategies were identified in the 2005-2030 MITP and 2035 MITP. Which of the following still apply today? (Check all that apply)

* 10. The following airport improvement priorities were identified in the 2005-2030 MITP and 2035 MITP. Which of the following still apply today? (Check all that apply)

* 11. The following “other” priorities were identified in the 2005-2030 MITP and 2035 MITP. Which of the following still apply today? (Check all that apply)

* 12. The following strengths and weaknesses were identified in Michigan’s existing transportation system were identified in the 2005-2030 MITP and 2035 MITP process. Do you agree or disagree with the following statements?

  Agree Disagree
The biggest strengths of Michigan’s existing transportation system were the coverage of the existing roadway network, the connectivity of roadways and the preservation and maintenance of the roadways.
Existing transit systems were in poor shape with not enough service, not big enough service areas and no interconnectivity with other modes.
If funding was not increased soon our strengths such as the maintenance and preservation of roadways and the connectivity of the roadways could become our weaknesses.

* 13. Below are the top four answers received during the development of the 2005-2030 MI Transportation Plan and 2035 MITP in response to the following question:

What transportation-related issues will most significantly impact Michigan over the next 25 years?
1. Maintenance of existing roads
2. Congestion on major highways
3. Sprawl
4. Mode choice

Do you agree or disagree with the top four answers?

* 14. Which of the following should receive the highest priority to best serve your community?

* 15. Do you agree that the MI Transportation Plan incorporates MPO Long Range Transportation Plans, the Statewide Strategic Safety Plan, techniques from the Contact Sensitive Solutions (CSS) process and other related transportation documents?

* 16. The following key strategies to achieve the goals of the 2005-2030 MI Transportation Plan and 2035 MITP were identified:
Focus improvements of Corridors of Highest Significance
Measure performance for all modes
Integrate the transportation system
Encourage Context Sensitive Solutions
Avoid, Minimize or Mitigate for Adverse Impacts
Identify appropriate funding

Do you feel that MDOT has followed these strategies effectively?

* 17. Do you agree or disagree that the transportation needs of minority, low income and/or underserved populations will continue to increase as we move towards the year 2040?

* 18. Do you agree or disagree that the demands of an increasing older population will impact the state’s transit system over the next twenty-five years?

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