Monday, March 18, 2013

TANK survey seeks input on its service

The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) is updating its transit development plan, and it's asking for your help.

TANK has posted a short, nine-question survey which it will use to determine the quality of its current operations and how well it's meeting current and potential customers' transportation needs.

The survey seeks information on the importance respondents place on having a good transit system and asks why, or why not, respondents use TANK. It also asks non-users to identify what TANK can do to encourage them to try the service.

Additional basic demographic information, such as respondents' city of residence, employment status, and total family income, is also solicited.

Serving Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties as well as Downtown Cincinnati, TANK operates 26 routes and carries nearly 4 million passengers annually.

Previous reading on BC:
Cyclists ride buses for free tomorrow (5/16/12)
Metro unveils new system map (3/16/12)
Metro, TANK to offer free rides on Bike to Work Day (5/11/10)
Southbank Shuttle seeks input for overhaul (9/21/09)