Tagged: Transportation

Related Data Tables

2019 Fall Q2c

Thinking overall about topics related to energy, how relevant would you say planning for electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure (e.g.,charging stations) has been or currently is for your jurisdiction’s government?

2019 Spring Q30d

Regardless of whether your jurisdiction has taken any action on energy issues, which of the following, if any, have recently been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion among Board/Council members, staff, etc.? Electric vehicle charging sites

2019 Fall Q14

Has your jurisdiction considered or adopted any policies to fund or incentivize the use of electric vehicles (EVs), either for your jurisdiction’s own vehicles or for the public (for example, installing/planning for charging stations)?

2019 Fall Q15

Which of the following types of electric vehicles do your jurisdiction’s policies target?

2019 Fall Q16

To the best of your knowledge, are there any publicly-accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in your jurisdiction?

2019 Fall Q17

Whether or not your jurisdiction currently has publicly-accessible EV charging stations, in your opinion, would you say your community has too many, too few, or about the right amount?

2019 Fall Q29

Now thinking specifically about electric vehicles (EVs), to the best of your knowledge, are there any publicly-accessible EV charging stations in your jurisdiction?

2019 Fall Q30

Whether or not your jurisdiction currently has publicly-accessible EV charging stations, in your opinion, would you say your community has too many, too few, or about the right amount?

2019 Fall Q38b

Now we are interested in whether Michigan local governments collaborate with each other on energy and sustainability policy. Please identify which statement below best describes your jurisdiction's status on each issue. Non-motorized or public transportation

2016 Spring Q11e

We are interested in views about the trade-off between services and taxes. Thinking about particular services your jurisdiction may currently offer, if your jurisdiction's citizens were facing significant service cuts, in your opinion, what would they choose? Would the majority of citizens be more likely to choose higher taxes to avoid those service cuts or would they choose cuts to public services to avoid higher taxes? Public transportation / transit

2014 Fall q10h

There are many methods states could use to fund roads and bridges, including some that are not currently allowed in Michigan. Thinking about a broad range of policy options, and assuming the Michigan Legislature does increase funding for roads and bridges, please identify whether you would support or oppose the following methods for the state to raise more revenue: Increasing traffic violation fines, surcharges, and permit fees

2014 Fall q31a

Thinking more broadly about transit options in your jurisdiction, which of the following, if any, are currently available to members of your community: Amtrak

2014 Fall q34a

We're interested in factors that may be encouraging or discouraging expansion of transit in jurisdictions across the state. To what degree would you say the following have been encouraging or discouraging the development of transit within your jurisdiction? Public demand

2014 Fall q15c

Looking ahead, if the state legislature does not significantly increase funding for the maintenance, improvement, and construction of roads and/or bridges in your jurisdiction, do you think the majority of your citizens would support or oppose raising additional local revenue through the following sources (if they were allowed in Michigan)? Local/regional vehicle registration fee

2014 Fall q31b

Thinking more broadly about transit options in your jurisdiction, which of the following, if any, are currently available to members of your community: Municipal, county-wide, or regional fixed-route bus service

2014 Fall q34b

We're interested in factors that may be encouraging or discouraging expansion of transit in jurisdictions across the state. To what degree would you say the following have been encouraging or discouraging the development of transit within your jurisdiction? Operation and maintenance costs

2014 Fall q15d

Looking ahead, if the state legislature does not significantly increase funding for the maintenance, improvement, and construction of roads and/or bridges in your jurisdiction, do you think the majority of your citizens would support or oppose raising additional local revenue through the following sources (if they were allowed in Michigan)? Local/regional fuel tax

2014 Fall q31c

Thinking more broadly about transit options in your jurisdiction, which of the following, if any, are currently available to members of your community: Greyhound, Indian Trails, or other private bus service

2014 Fall q34c

We're interested in factors that may be encouraging or discouraging expansion of transit in jurisdictions across the state. To what degree would you say the following have been encouraging or discouraging the development of transit within your jurisdiction? Availability of state or federal funding

2014 Fall q26a

Thinking beyond traditional road issues, which of the following, if any, have been implemented within your jurisdiction's geographic boundaries in the last five years: Added or expanded biking or walking trails