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WSU 2016 Transportation Survey results available

2017 transportation survey

PULLMAN, Wash. – A Washington State University transportation survey that will be used to help establish a baseline for assessing future transportation options on the Pullman campus is available for review on the WSU Transportation Services website.

Entitled “2016 Transportation and Parking Survey Washington State University,” the 92-page report is available for review online here.

The survey and final report, which also contains an executive summary, was commissioned by the WSU student-led Transit Advisory Group (TAG) and WSU Transportation Services. It was funded through an allocation from student Services & Activity fees.
Conducted last fall by the WSU Social & Economic Sciences Research Center, the survey consists of more than 3,000 online and telephone responses from WSU students, faculty and staff. The response rate for the survey was 40.3 percent. It will be used to identify transportation and parking usage patterns, and to inform decisions related to future transit services and other transportation planning efforts.
John Shaheen, director of WSU Transportation Services, said the success of the survey was due in large measure to the efforts of the TAG student leaders.
“By sponsoring this comprehensive survey, WSU’s student leaders have once again demonstrated their interest and support for transportation programs and services at WSU,” Shaheen said.
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Robert Strenge, WSU News, 509-335-3583, rstrenge@wsu.edu

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