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The Stories of Why People Bike

Everything you’ve heard about biking is true. It makes you happier, healthier and saves you time. Plus, it is good for the economy and the environment. And in the bike advocacy world, we talk about those benefits a lot. But if you are like most folks, a single statistic is not why you started riding… Read more »

Regional State of the Commute Survey 2013, Arlington Analysis

Every three years, Commuter Connections, the regional transportation demand management (TDM) program of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, commissions a survey of workers in the Washington, DC region in order to understand commute behavior, commute satisfaction, and awareness of TDM programs. In addition to the results that Commuter Connections publishes for the region, Mobility… Read more »

Public-Transportation Attitudes Examined in Major New TransitCenter Report

Americans took a record 10.7 billion rides on U.S. transit systems in 2013. Who exactly were these riders, and why did they choose public transit over other options? A major report released today offers the latest and most comprehensive answers to this question of “changing attitudes … propelling recent ridership increases.” In Who’s On Board:… Read more »

2012 The Commuter Store® Study

The Commuter Stores® are a key component of Arlington County Commuter Services’ success. As the results of the 2012 Commuter Store® Study show, the stores help to shift travelers from driving alone to other travel modes. The goal of this study was to profile customers at the store, identify how people find out about the… Read more »

2011-2012 Capital Bikeshare Member Survey

Presented here are some of the results of the Capital Bikeshare Customer Use and Satisfaction Survey conducted for the Capital Bikeshare program in late 2011 and released in June 2012. Capital Bikeshare, a program jointly owned and sponsored by the District of Columbia and Arlington County, VA and operated by Alta Bicycle Share, Inc., offers… Read more »

2007 Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS) Commuter Store Study

The purpose of this study is to understand how ACCS’ Commuter Store™ concept is currently performing, to identify ways to improve the product and service delivery, to measure the overall impact of ACCS’ investment in the Commuter Store, and to establish benchmarks from which performance gains can be made. KEY FINDINGS Pertinent Background Findings from… Read more »

2007 Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS) CommuterPage.com Study

The purpose of this study is to understand how ACCS’ CommuterPage.com is currently performing, to identify ways to improve the site, to measure the overall impact of ACCS’ investment in CommuterPage.com, and to establish benchmarks from which performance gains can be made. KEY FINDINGS Demographics of CommuterPage.com Survey Respondents: The mean age of the respondents… Read more »

2008 Arlington Transit (ART) Rider Study

As outlined in the 2006-2008 ACCS Program Research and Evaluation Plan, the purpose of the study is to: understand who is using ART and how they are using it; understand how ART is currently performing; identify ways to improve the product and service delivery; and establish benchmarks to assess future performance gains. KEY FINDINGS Demographic… Read more »

2008 ACCS CommuterDirect Corporate Study

As outlined in the 2006-2008 ACCS Program Research and Evaluation Plan, the purpose of the study are to assess the performance and impact of CommuterDirect.com, to help refine and improve the overall CommuterDirect.com program, and to establish benchmarks from which future performance gains can be made. KEY FINDINGS While the number of total respondents represents… Read more »

2009 Commuter Stores Study – Wave 2

The purpose of the study is to: understand how ACCS’ Commuter Store™ concept is currently performing; identify ways to improve the product and service delivery; measure the overall impact of ACCS’ investment in the Commuter Store; and benchmark against the 2007 Commuter Store Study. KEY FINDINGS Demographics of Commuter Store Survey Respondents: Slightly more males… Read more »