Bike riders seem to have been big users of the Phoenix light rail system since day one of operations. In fact, I believe there has been more interest from people riding bikes on light rail trains than what was originally anticipated. Heck, that makes sense because the system as a whole seems to be much more popular than just about anyone anticipated.
There have always been questions about bikes on the light rail cars. Most people know it’s perfectly fine to bring bikes on the train while some people still are not aware that it is ok. One thing is clear, people and bikes can be found on the trains in big numbers. They go together very well.
METRO wants to know what you think about your experiences with bikes and riding the trains. How often do you ride? Do you feel safe? How do you use the system? etc.. Take a few minutes to TAKE THEIR SURVEY.
Here is some info from a METRO press release…
Bike-Transit Integration Survey
Increasing bike integration with the METRO light rail system will serve to expand the catchment areas in the first and last miles of travel. This will help to accommodate the growing demand of bicyclists and pedestrians, and will effectively grow METRO into a more complete and accessible system.
We are looking for your feedback. If your commute involves biking and riding METRO light rail, please take our survey. The survey will take five minutes to complete. Click here to get started.
If you get around one world on two wheels, you definitely want to participate in this survey. I’m sure the data can be used to help make your transit experience better.
What other ways can you say it?
bikes and transit are like…
peanut butter and jelly
pizza and beer