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STC Corridor D Master Plan

STC Corridor D Master Plan

In 2015, the N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT) identified a network of key multimodal transportation corridors called Strategic Transportation Corridors (STC) to support smart planning, help set long-term investment decisions, and ensure that North Carolina’s economic prosperity goals are achieved. The STCs are intended to promote transportation system connectivity, provide high levels of mobility, and improve access to important state and regional activity centers. A key element in the advancement of the STCs is the development of corridor master plans, to identify a high-level corridor mobility vision and associated corridor improvement action strategies. NCDOT has initiated the development of a master plan vision for Corridor D – U.S. 321 from the South Carolina state line to the Tennessee state line.

 

This survey will remain available until June 6, 2020.

What is your zip code?
What is your primary mode of transportation? (Please select the best answer.)
I drive my own vehicle
99%
I rely on public transportation
1%
Other (Please specify)
0%
I use rideshare (carpool/vanpool)
0%
Closed to responses | 205 Responses
How do you typically use U.S. 321? (Select all that apply.)
Shop/Dine
66%
Commute to and from work
45%
Other (Please Specify)
31%
Commute to and from school
8%
Provide short haul services
4%
Provide long haul services
1%
Closed to responses | 198 Responses
How often do you typically use U.S. 321? (Please select the best answer.)
Daily
41%
Weekly
32%
Monthly
17%
Seldom
7%
Never
2%
Closed to responses | 201 Responses
How far do you typically commute to your place of work or school?
1-20 miles
56%
More than 20 miles
27%
I am retired or not currently working
9%
Less than 1 mile
5%
I work or attend school at home
3%
Closed to responses | 198 Responses