I-35 is one of the most diverse travel corridors in Texas with upwards of 100,000 vehicles daily travelling between Dallas and Laredo. In late 2011, construction began to expand the 100-mile central section of I-35 (from the Williamson County Line to Hillsboro) from 2 lanes to 3 lanes, in each direction.
The design process for the I-35 expansion included input from citizen planners to help guide the design and construction. However, we still need the help of you, the traveling public, to ensure that as we go through construction, we provide the travel information you need to plan and take your trips, to minimize the impact construction has on you.
This survey is being conducted by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation. You must be at least 18 to participate. All responses are anonymous.
This survey is intended to reach the travelers of I-35. We’re seeking to find out who travels the corridor, what information they want, when they want it and where they’d like to find it. We need this information for all types of travelers on I-35: from daily commuters, to the trucking industry, to local businesses and private citizens. We want to hear from people who travel the corridor for business, for pleasure, to visit relatives, take in a football game or any other purpose.
We invite you to answer the questions below and come back and do this again every 6 months or so over the next several years. The questions will change slightly as the expansion project progresses and your responses will help us do a better job of getting you the information you need for your trip, when you need it, and where you need it.
Thanks for helping us help you.
Individuals to contact: If you have a question about your participation in this study, you can contact the survey administrator at email@example.com.