Since launching the Mobility Action Plan survey on April 20, the City of Fremont has received valuable community feedback on local transportation and mobility challenges. Due to popular demand, the survey window has been extended to July 20.
The City continues to seek input from the community in order to develop the most efficient, timely solutions for its Mobility Action Plan. Guided by the Mobility Task Force, the Plan is a community-developed, 5-year framework for regional advocacy and local action to relieve traffic congestion, improve multimodal local circulation, reduce major traffic crashes, and adapt to new transportation technologies.
Fremont is calling on community members to share their thoughts via an online survey conducted on the City’s online civic engagement forum, Fremont Open City Hall. Community members will be shown information on the portal about Fremont’s transportation challenges, what the City is already doing to address them, and what is planned for the future. They can then share their input on each of the topics which will later be incorporated into the broader Mobility Action Plan.
Visit Open City Hall to take the survey, which will run through July 20. There are 16 questions in the survey and it should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
View more information about the Mobility Action Plan.