Two of six key projects in the Gainesville master transportation plan have solid support, while residents are divided over a project involving a new bridge over Lake Lanier, according to online survey results released by the city’s consultant in the effort.
The survey involved 74 responses to questions posted July 1-Aug. 15 on the city’s website.
People marked one of five responses: strongly dislike, dislike, somewhat support, support and strongly support. The percentage of those in favor was based on the support and strongly support responses and those against was based on the dislike and strongly dislike responses.
“Take it for what it is,” said Michelle Alexander, who serves in planning/community involvement for Norcross-based consultant Pond & Co., at a recent transportation focus group meeting.
“It’s folks who chose to get on the Web page to give you a response. It is another form of input.”