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Pleasanton Weekly

Opinion - August 2, 2013

Survey generating helpful data to help Pleasanton commuters

A consulting group is wrapping up an extensive residential survey today to assess current commute patterns and commuter preferences. The survey, managed by Lisa Adamos, the city's economic development specialist, is conducted every three years and provides the city, businesses and transportation agencies with valuable, up-to-date information. City planners, street maintenance staff, traffic engineers, the Wheels bus agency, ACE and even BART use the data to adjust schedules and determine better and more efficient ways of serving Pleasanton commuters. The Park & Ride lot on Johnson Drive at Stoneridge Drive and I-680 was built based on survey data. It is already filled to capacity and a new Park & Ride lot is being considered for Bernal Avenue near 680.

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