A SMART transportation survey asks residents their experiences traveling through downtown Woodstock. AJC FILE

Woodstock seeks to get SMART about transportation technology

Woodstock is asking residents to take an online survey to help the city get SMART about transportation.

The survey asks for feedback to help Woodstock develop SMART technology – “data to autonomously improve efficiency, reduce waste and operate in a more sustainable manner,” according to a city announcement – to improve travel in and through the downtown area. Information, and to take the survey: http://wdstk.ga/smart

Questions ask one’s primary mode of transportation; frequency of visits downtown; ease of finding a parking space; and experience driving through. The survey also asks respondents to rank the importance of such factors as walkability, bikeability, drive times, travel modes and parking.

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