A message from Holden Thorp, Chancellor of UNC, regarding the University's biennial Commuter Survey. - SDB
Dear UNC Students:
We need your responses to the University's biennial Commuter Survey. This is an extremely important survey for the University because it drives current and future planning and funding for the transportation, transit, and parking systems that serve the campus every day. Because this survey is only administered every other year, it is vital that you participate.
The results will help determine the amount of funding and planning that affect the transit systems, the amount and location of parking facilities, and other transportation alternatives. The results of the survey are important not only to the University and Hospitals, but also to the towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro and the regional Triangle Transit system.
There are several other surveys that are distributed throughout the year by various departments, agencies, and offices from the Town, the Hospitals, and the regional transit systems. Most of them ask very similar or exact copies of the questions asked in the Commuter Survey. If you do not fill out any other survey, I ask that you fill out the UNC Biennial Commuter Survey because its results will affect how you travel to and from campus and how much it will cost you and the University in the next and future years.
If you would like more information about this survey, please contact Ray Magyar, UNC Transportation Planner at Ray_magyar@unc.edu. If you experience technical difficulties, please respond to this email for assistance.
Posted by Stephen D. Brown (David) on Mon. March 21, 2011 7:23 PM
Law School, Parking, Public Transit, SBA