Canberra’s commuters have two more days to comment on the direction of public transport in the ACT, with the online survey set to close on Friday.
The survey, available here, has attracted 2,410 contributors since going live in early May.
Transport minister Meegan Fitzharris said more than 1,000 respondents (46.9%) had described public transport reform as one of the most important issues facing the ACT in 2016.
“I’m confident we are gathering some really valuable information about the way people move around our city, and how we can improve our transport system.
“All this information will help to ensure Transport Canberra, our new agency which gets up and running on 1 July, will be able to focus on a better customer experience for all Canberrans when it comes to transport.