Malta Public Transport has launched a survey to determine the travel patterns of people in Malta and provide tangible solutions, like mass rapid transit, to make the system more attractive to road users.
Complaining about traffic in Malta is a national pastime, and this survey will allow you to not only voice your concerns but also help build better public transport infrastructure for the future.
The survey is available here.
It’s one of the country’s biggest problems. And with your help, Malta Public Transport will be able to find workable solutions to the crisis that every single one of us will benefit from: whether that’s a drop in traffic or pollution.
“We are constantly looking to improve the public transport service to cater for the changing needs of customers and this survey will help us understand current travel requirements,” explained Diane Oswald, Head of Communications at Malta Public Transport.
“This exercise is part of a wider study that will enable us to delve into the next phase in the transformation of urban transport in Malta. We encourage everyone to participate in this survey and share it with their family and friends, as each response will bring us one step closer to identifying mobility solutions that are both convenient and sustainable.”
Malta Public Transport has already made gains in improving the current service over the last six years. However, this survey will push them to take the next step in their vision for the country.
Through this study, Malta Public Transport will be able to examine the travel patterns of non-bus users. This will give more of a holistic picture of mobility in Malta and will enable the company to propose solutions that will meet the country’s mobility needs.
The easy-to-follow survey lets respondents mark their regular journeys on an interactive map, indicating the most popular travel routes on our roads throughout the week. Respondents are also asked to identify which qualities they look for in a mass rapid transit solution.
All data is gathered in compliance with Data Protection provisions and will solely be used for the purposes of this research. The information will be submitted anonymously and cannot be traced back to the original respondents.
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