FAMPO survey asks how local transportation use has changed

Have you changed the way you get around town?

The Fredericksburg Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO) wants to find out how residents, those who travel through, and those who work in the Fredericksburg area have had to change their transportation habits. To that end, FAMPO is encouraging these groups of people to let them know about those changes through their new “COVID-19 Fredericksburg Regional Transportation Survey.”

While FAMPO is continuing operations, its public meetings have been closed due to social distancing considerations. The first pages of the survey state:

Your input helps us make informed transportation decisions!

You get to places in a variety of ways: walking, biking, riding the train or bus, driving or riding in a car. These are all modes of transportation.

We want to know how COVID-19 has changed your transportation behavior and what changes should we consider to improve transportation access and safety for walkers, bikers, drivers, and riders.

The survey takes about 10 minutes and can be displayed in either in English or Spanish.

This follows a recent survey released by FAMPO detailing the decrease of vehicle miles traveled in the area which includes Fredericksburg, Stafford County, Spotsylvania County, King George County, and Caroline County.

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