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Charlotte Transportation Survey

The 2014 Transportation Survey is a statistically valid household opinion survey about transportation-related issues in Charlotte. The survey is completed every two years as recommended in the City’s Transportation Action Plan in Policy 4.1.4.

Transportation Action Plan Policy 4.1.4: The City will continue to implement a bi-annual survey to determine baseline public awareness and knowledge of the strategies recommended in the TAP, including the Centers, Corridors and Wedges Growth Frame-work and the City’s multimodal transportation approach.
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The survey was conducted in June 2014 and includes responses from 404 randomly selected households within Charlotte and its extra-territorial jurisdiction, using both landline and wireless phone numbers. Questions cover a variety of topics including residents’ opinions about:

  • Existing driving conditions
  • Possible solutions to congestion
  • Priorities for public sector actions
  • Centers, corridors and wedges
  • Pedestrian and bicycle travel
  • Funding road construction and maintenance
  • Air quality
  • Speeding and safety
2014 Survey Results:
2014 Transportation Survey.pdf2014 Transportation Survey
2014 Transportation Survey Summary.pdf2014 Transportation Survey (Graph Summary)