UPDATE 7:35pm: The links to the surveys weren’t working. They’ve been fixed. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Due to the tech difficulties we ran into today, I’m going to hold off posting any survey results today, but I’ll double up on it tomorrow for your reading pleasure.
In the meantime you can check out our first two posted surveys: this one from Jonny in Santa Monica, who doesn’t take transit but would like to see rail on the Westside and this one from Michelle in the San Fernando Valley who relies on transit “for just about everything.”
This is also a good time to remind those who haven’t filled out a survey yet to take a few moments and share your story with us. More results mean a more complete picture of how our readership feels about transit in L.A. and what they want from Metro.
I’m already noticing patterns in the results – when asked “If you could make one change to improve your transit experience, what would it be?” many regular transit riders are responding with “real-time arrival info.” Information like that can help tell the agency what customers value.
Here’s the links to the surveys: