When you travel around the Chicago area, do you go by car, train, bus or bike?
Sharing that information with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) will earn you $50—and help shape future transportation projects in northeastern Illinois.
CMAP is looking for area residents to take the My Daily Travel survey to report how they get from place to place in our region.
The information collected by the survey will be used to help create accurate computer models of traffic flow that will guide future transportation investments. Completing the survey also helps the Chicago area meet federal requirements and remain eligible for federal transportation funding.
Households that complete the survey by May 2019 will receive $50. School districts that partner with My Daily Travel to promote the survey to their schools’ communities will receive $10 for each household that completes the survey. School districts that would like to participate must call the survey hotline (1-855-981-7286) to receive a customized URL, which will enable surveys to be “marked” as benefiting their district.
Residents should sign up to take the My Daily Travel survey at https://mydailytravel.com/signup/cmap or by calling 1-855-981-7286.
Read more about the survey in this Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) blog post.