One of the problems with the survey

City Seeks Public Input with Online Parking Survey

by | Jan 14, 2017 | Government

By Susan Larson

Update, Jan. 14, 2017: Respondents Frustrated with Limits, Flaws in City Parking Survey

The City of Fredericksburg has posted an online survey for citizen input on parking.

The survey takes on average 5 – 10 minutes to complete. Questions include where you live in Fredericksburg, how often you visit downtown and for what reason, where you park, and how you travel.

There are problems with the survey, those who’ve taken it report. For example, some questions could have multiple answers, but the survey only allows for one. Typeface on the maps to which some questions refer is too small to see.

City of Fredericksburg Parking Action Plan Study Survey

City staff are working with Walker Parking Consultants (Walker) to create an action plan for current and future parking needs.

Read more at City Hires Consulting Firm to Assist with Parking Action Plan

Newly appointed Transportation Administrator Erik Nelson is the primary staff contact for this project. He can be reached at [email protected]

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