RapidRide I Line and Renton-Kent-Auburn Area Mobility Plan

King County Metro is working to improve the transit network serving Renton, Kent and Auburn and expand the fast, frequent, and reliable RapidRide bus service to this area. Take our survey before March 31st to help us learn more about how you travel today and what you’d like to see in your area in the future. 

King County Poll:
Where do you live?

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King County Poll:
Which describes you best?
Current user of public transportation
Likely future transit rider
Other interested community member (e.g., resident, work in the area, business owner, social service provider, etc.)
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King County Poll:
How many people in your household (including yourself) use transit at least once per week?
0
1
2
3
4 or more
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King County Poll:
Please select the route(s) or transit services you currently use.
I do not use transit
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906
908
910
913
914
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916
917
952
Access
Vanpool
Sounder Train
Other local transit
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King County Poll:
When you ride transit, how do you most often pay your fare?
Cash on the bus
ORCA card that I reload with my own funds
ORCA card my school or employer provides
ORCA LIFT Card
Mobile App
I do not use transit
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King County Poll:
How satisfied are you with service on the routes you take today?
Very dissatisfied
Somewhat dissatisfied
Neutral
Somewhat satisfied
Very satisfied
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King County Poll:
If you travel in the Renton-Kent-Auburn area, please tell us what are the biggest barriers to you taking transit for those trips? (check all that apply)
Transit takes too long to get to where I’m going
Transit does not get me to the places I need to go
Transit is not available the time of day I need it
Amount of time I have to wait for a bus (frequency of service)
Proximity of stops to my origin or destination
I don’t feel safe waiting at the transit stop
Walking or biking to the stop doesn’t feel safe or comfortable for me
There’s no place to securely lock my bike
There’s no place I can count on to park my car
Alternatives are cheaper
I do not travel in the Renton-Kent-Auburn area
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King County Poll:
How do you usually travel to your transit stop?
Walk
Bike
Mobility aid
Drive and park
Dropped off by car (personal or Lyft/Uber)
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King County Poll:
How long does it usually take to travel to your transit stop?
5 minutes or less
6-10 minutes
11-15 minutes
16-20 minutes
21-25 minutes
26 minutes or more
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King County Poll:
Where do you go, or where would you like to go, using transit in the Renton-Kent-Auburn area?

Place up to 6 pins and include a brief description of the type of location. Examples: Child care, library, employment, food bank, etc.

King County Poll:
Please use the interactive map to tell us about any specific issues or concerns you have getting to your route/stop.

Place a pin on a location of concern. Add a comment to let us know more about your concern.

King County Poll:
Do you ever change your bus stop because of safety concerns or other conditions at the stop?
Yes
No
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King County Poll:
If these improvements were made, would you use transit more?
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