SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, and its partner organization, the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition (MAC), have launched a survey to gather residents’ perceptions on pedestrian and bicycle safety in Southeast Michigan.
Citizens are asked to take this quick survey. Responses will help us prioritize and focus a public education safety campaign that will kick off in May.
“With the increased emphasis on biking and walking as a quality-of-life and public health enhancement, it is critical that motorists and nonmotorists understand the rules of the road so that everyone stays safe,” said Kathleen Lomako, SEMCOG Executive Director and MAC President. “This survey will help us target our upcoming public safety campaign.”
This survey is powered by Cobalt Community Research, a Michigan-based 501c3 nonprofit research coalition with a mission to provide research and educational tools that help schools, local governments, and other nonprofit member organizations thrive as changes emerge in the economic, demographic, and social landscape.