Chicago Looks to Public For Guidance on Future Transportation
More than 4,000 people have responded to the survey, and officials say many have similar desires for the future of their regional transportation system.
"'For me, that's one of the more interesting things we've found,' said Bob Dean, principal regional planner. 'We are hearing very consistent results. It's good for a regional plan like this.'
The majority of people want denser communities and greater protection of the environment and investment in transit, he said."