While PEC’s work spans the state of Pennsylvania, today I’m calling on our members, supporters, and friends in the greater Pittsburgh region. We need your help!
Most days of the week, you travel to work or school. How many days? Where do you start and where are you going? Most importantly, how do you get there? We’re interested in your answers.
Make My Trip Count is a survey of Pittsburgh region commuters to figure out how people in the Pittsburgh region regularly travel to work or school – and how that commute could be improved. Whether you’re on a bus, in your car, riding a bike, using your own two feet, or traveling by other means, you’re making commute trips multiple times per day – and we’re interested in improving your options and access.
Especially if you make regular trips into Downtown, Oakland, and the North Shore, we need your input. Aggregate results will inform transportation and commute improvements across the Pittsburgh region to reduce traffic, delay, and environmental impacts.
Along with providing more complete information behind regional transportation system decision-making, this survey is also the 2015 transportation reporting mechanism for Pittsburgh 2030 District. PEC has participated in the Pittsburgh 2030 District, led by the Green Building Alliance, as a Community Partner since the program was launched in 2012.
Further, through our former role as the convener of the Pittsburgh Climate Initiative, we partnered with the City of Pittsburgh to host a series of sustainable transportation breakfast meetings. This survey will provide valuable information to the conversation. Take the survey now at www.makemytripcount.org.