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Calling all Coastsiders from Pescadero to Pacifica!

Calling all Coastsiders from Pescadero to Pacifica!

Residents of coastside cities and communities have unique issues that impact how they travel to their regular destinations. Commute.org, a public agency that works to reduce single occupant vehicle trips throughout San Mateo County, is seeking feedback from coastside residents to learn more about their travel patterns, transportation choices, and interests in alternative modes. While this survey is aimed at coastside residents who commute to work or college, we are also interested in learning more about the trips that residents make to transport their children to school.

Survey participants will have the opportunity to be entered into a drawing for prizes, including three $100 e-gift cards and gift certificates from local businesses. Entry into the prize drawing is optional and will require you to provide your email address at the end of the survey.

The survey will take approximately ten minutes to complete. Survey responses will be accepted through Friday, March 4, 2022, so please complete the survey as soon as possible.

Click Here to Complete

Follow the same link for access to the survey in English or Spanish

Siga el mismo enlace para acceder a la encuesta en inglés o español

Commute.org is a joint powers agency (JPA) serving all of San Mateo County. The JPA is comprised of 19 cities, including Half Moon Bay and Pacifica, as well as the County of San Mateo. For more information about Commute.org and the services and programs we offer, please visit www.commute.org.

Questions? Please contact support@commute.org

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