Is our regional transportation system meeting the needs of our communities and their priorities for the future?

The University of Tennessee’s College of Social Work Center for Applied Research and Evaluation conducted the survey on behalf of the TPO to measure current attitudes, spending priorities, and preferences for funding future projects.

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Percent of respondents that say improving traffic flow is high priority

Percent of respondents that say maintaining and fixing existing roads and bridges is high priority

Expanding transit where it already exists was more important to those between the ages of 50 – 64.

Priorities for the future

 

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  1. I think it would be great to have a means of transporting people from Clinton, Maynardville, Corryton, Jeff City, Newport, Greeneville into Knoxville proper for a day trip, with a return trip same day.

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