Transit Survey Results Presentation

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On Monday, July 15th at 7:00 p.m., please join Cedar Park Neighbors and its Transit Committee for a presentation on the results of our recent Transit Survey at the Calvary Community Center located at 48th and Baltimore Avenue (please use the small side door on Baltimore Avenue to the left of the WPMF sign - meeting in the 2nd floor Upper Board Room).

Earlier this year, the Transit Committee created and distributed a local transit survey to solicit direct feedback from our residents on what they want to focus on for transit improvements. The presentation will feature a summary of the survey results as well as an overview of the Transit Committee’s goals as determined by the survey feedback. The Transit Committee aims to represent the community's wants and needs as we advocate to make our neighborhood easier to use, for people that live, work, or visit the area.

Can’t make it but want to get involved? Email the Transit Committee at

Photos: Spring Into Biking 2019

On Saturday, May 18th, the Cedar Park Neighbors Transit Committee held its first ever Spring into Biking event at the pedestrian triangle at 50th and Baltimore! Neighbors were able to stop by and get their bike freshened up courtesy of Firehouse Bicycles, learn more about cycling in the city, or just chat with the Transit Committee! Want to get involved? Email the Transit Committee at

Take The Transit Survey

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Deadline: May 21st

The Cedar Park Neighbors Transit Committee ask all those who live or work in the Cedar Park neighborhood to take our short survey on walking, biking, driving, and public transit. Your input will help guide the committee’s priorities, inform decisions, and set a transit benchmark for the future.

Please take this 5 minute survey with an additional 10 optional minute section if you have the time: The survey will close Monday, May 21st.

The common denominator of all who live, work, and pass through Cedar Park is the street. Well-connected, multi-modal transportation networks affect everything from our health to household expenses to traffic injuries. Our streets are the foundation for a safe and liveable community and provide settings for commerce and social interaction. Our streets are our public square; they must be equitable, accessible, and safe for the entire community. Good transit is good for our health, the environment, and our lives.

To solicit input from the full breadth of our community, the Transit Committee will also be reaching out offline to potential respondants with an abbreviated paper survey - click to download to complete and return or share with others!

If you have questions or would like to get involved, you can reach the Transit Committee at