Friday, May 11, 2018
(WASHINGTON) Today, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) launched a new survey to get feedback about the dockless vehicle demonstration project that is currently being piloted in the District.
The survey is designed to get a better understanding of how the program fits in the District’s existing bikesharing system and the profile of current dockless bikeshare riders. The survey asks respondents to evaluate the program and provide their perspective as riders or non-riders, respectively. The survey will be open to the public until June 1, 2018.
“This survey is an important part of the next phase of our evaluation of the dockless program,” said DDOT Director Jeff Marootian. “We want to hear feedback from everyone who will be impacted as we consider the future of mobility options in the District.”
In April, DDOT announced that the dockless pilot program will continue through August. The extended program gives DDOT an opportunity to collect additional data during the high season for bike riding that is associated with the warmer months. During this period, DDOT will continue to work with bike operators to find solutions to the concerns raised by the community during the initial pilot.
Feedback on the demonstration project can be submitted via email to [email protected].
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