RTA Needs Your Input on the Future of RTAMS
June 1, 2016
The RTA needs your input! We’re embarking on a “visioning” exercise to help direct the future of the Regional Transportation Authority’s Mapping and Statistics (RTAMS) website. We are seeking your assistance in helping us determine how we can make our site more efficient and useful for our users. To do this, we are asking you to please take our short 12 question survey. Your valuable input will help us identify where we can make enhancements to the website. Please be sure to include what you would like to see added!
For more than ten years, RTAMS has served as the transit data warehouse in the region. Users report that RTAMS is especially helpful in obtaining ridership, planning and financial information about the region’s public transit system, along with providing access to specific transit-related datasets such as RTA Community Planning efforts or political jurisdictions through our interactive maps.
We’ve built this powerful site as a tool for anyone seeking transit data and with your help, we can make this site more useful to planners, local & regional governments, elected officials, educational institutions, and riders every day! It will only take a few minutes so your input is greatly appreciated. Our survey will be available until June 20th. We look forward to hearing from you!
Manager, Data Services & Analytics
Regional Transportation Authority
Capital Programming, Planning and Performance Department
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