Rebuild Tomorrow’s Mobility: Covid-19 Shared Mobility Survey

Covid19 Shared Mobility Survey
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Calling all Vancouverites! We are looking to understand your mobility needs and wants to influence how we move around. The survey takes less than 10 minutes and will be used to facilitate specific programs, partnerships and possibly new policies for Metro Vancouver.

Rebuild Tomorrow’s Mobility: Covid-19 Shared Mobility Survey

 

COVID-19 has disrupted and affected all of our day-to-day lives and the transportation sector is no exception. A study presented, on June 1st at the virtual transportation forum in Vancouver, signified that a large proportion of residents are looking to further use their personal vehicles. Is this true? We need to know and are asking for your help. We want to know what you think the future of transportation in our city should look like and ways in which we can build a better transportation network during Covid-19 and beyond.

The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and the results will be used to facilitate specific programs, partnerships and possibly new policy addressing your transportation needs as restrictions are being lifted in our community.

WHO ARE WE?
We are the movmi COVID-19 Taskforce, a group of independent transportation advocates and volunteers who are looking to understand how the pandemic is changing our mobility needs. movmi is a boutique shared mobility consultancy based out of Vancouver, Canada.

OUR SURVEY PARTNERS
– SFU / UBC
Modo, Mobi Bikeshare, Vancouver Electric Vehicle Association
– Vancouver Economic Commission
– Others including Pembina Institute, Swiss Canadian Chamber of Commerce etc

HOW WILL YOUR DATA BE USED?
We will release a public report once the survey is closed. For the data collection we are following PIPEDA rules, collect anonymized data only and will destroy all responses to the survey after 6 months.

We’d like to thank you all for your participation in our shared mobility Survey!

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