is conducting a study to assess the inter-community transit needs of Canadians in rural communities and small to medium-sized towns, including the ways in which these needs are being met, as well as the barriers to mobility and mobility gaps.
The survey seeks to engage with representatives of stakeholder groups, including local governments, organizations representing rural or remote populations, educational institutions, vulnerable populations, alternative transportation, industry stakeholders, and Indigenous communities. This study has a specific focus on surface-based travel (i.e., by road or rail). While some questions may appear specific and others more general, all are designed to help Transport Canada better understand the role of surface travel in meeting inter-community mobility needs.
The questionnaire will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. To complete the survey, click here
For enquiries, please contact:
Director of External Relations & Advocacy