2011 Statewide Survey on Transportation Issues and Needs
The Transportation Commission has completed the Statewide Transportation Survey of Washington State citizens.
The 2011 Legislature directed the Transportation Commission to do a Statewide Transportation Survey to provide the Governor and Legislature clear and accurate data about the attitudes, perceptions and priorities that drive resident's thinking about transportation needs and funding. Below are links to the full report and supporting information.
2011 Statewide Transportation Survey Report and Findings
This document contains the full written report with key findings and detailed information about each question.
This Document contains a complete Powerpoint of the survey results including breakdowns by RTPO and other key variables.
This document contains the survey questionnaire with the overall statewide results.
This document contains detailed data tables showing the results of each survey question by demographic subgroups like age, gender and income and by other key variables like support for new revenue, attitudes about the transportation system and travel habits.
This document contains data tables showing the results for the RTPO specific survey questions by demographics and other key survey questions.
Legislative District Crosstabs
This document contains data tables showing the results of each survey question by Legislative district.
This document contains the responses for all open end questions and includes key characteristics (geography, gender, age, income, travel habits ect) of the respondents.
This document contains a Powerpoint comparing the results from the main survey and the public survey.