Input Sought for ‘Return to Work’ Survey
Do you live in Bucks County, but work in Philadelphia? If so, TMA Bucks would like your input as part of an 11-question survey aimed at determining commuting patterns post-pandemic.
TMA Bucks has reached out to municipalities in Bucks County for help in sharing the online survey with residents who commute to Philadelphia for work.
The survey is anonymous and takes only a few minutes to complete. Officials said the survey will help PennDOT get a better understanding of residents’ commuting habits. Input will also help PennDOT plan future construction and outreach activities related to Interstate 95 reconstruction.
Most of the questions center around I-95, how often respondents used it prior to and during the pandemic, and how frequently it is used for commuting now, and looking ahead through 2022. In addition to inquiring about where survey takers live, respondents are also asked if they currently telecommute and when they anticipate returning to in-person work.
The survey also inquires about whether participants would consider using SEPTA Regional Rail for commuting. To learn more the online survey will be available for several weeks, according to TMA Bucks.
For more information or to participate in the survey, please click here.