Grow Clay County Asks For Public Input In New Transportation Survey

On Tuesday, January 9th, Grow Clay County published a Transportation and Quality of Life Survey for Clay Center.

The survey aims to gather data on Clay Center residents’ daily commute, neighborhood walkability, and experiences with public transportation. Grow Clay County’s Director Natalie Murato says this data is an important baseline for future projects and grant applications. She also says the responses will show the Grow team where to focus their efforts:

According to Murato, improving access to public transportation is vital to the survival and growth of a community:

Grow Clay County says the public’s feedback will play a vital role in shaping future initiatives to enhance transportation infrastructure and improve overall community well-being.

The current survey will cover solely Clay Center and ends January 30th. Wakefield will have a survey of their own published at a later date.

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