The Illinois Department of Transportation is seeking feedback on the state’s transportation system through its annual Illinois Traveler Opinion Survey, available through Dec. 31.
“The public’s input is vital for the health of our transportation system. We look forward to learning about your travel preferences, what you think we are doing well and how you’d like us to improve,” said Omer Osman, acting Illinois transportation secretary. “Illinois is the heart of this country’s transportation network. Its importance to national commerce, as well as safe travel for the motoring public, can’t be understated. We want to hear from you.”
The annual survey, conducted in partnership with the University of Illinois Springfield, seeks feedback on topics ranging from road conditions and ice-and-snow removal to commuting habits and driving behaviors. Questions also ask travelers for feedback about the IDOT website, the state’s rest areas and passenger rail use.
The Illinois Traveler Opinion Survey has been conducted annually since 2001.
A copy of the 2018 survey and results, as well as data collected from past years, can be viewed at www.idot.illinois.gov.
For IDOT updates, the public can follow the department on Twitter at @IDOT_Illinois or view area construction details on IDOT’s traveler information map on gettingaroundillinois.com.