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For Immediate Release
March 10, 2014
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Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.
(808) 249-2990
PUBLIC SURVEY - Maui Access to Transportation One-Call/One-Click Transportation Resource Center- Data collection begins March 10, 2014

 Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc. is seeking public opinion for a One-Call/One-Click Transportation Resource Center Plan.  MEO, Inc. has begun collecting public input through an online resident survey to assess and determine the access to transportation needs, barriers, and preferences of Maui County residents.  MEO, Inc. is also collecting public input in a concurrent online provider survey from organizations, agencies, and companies that currently offer transportation services of any kind to assess the capacity and availability of transportation providers in Maui County.  The information obtained through these surveys will be used in conjunction with data previously obtained through public meetings to ensure that plans for a Transportation Resource Center are based on the needs and desires of Maui's residents. 
This initiative specifically seeks to capture information about the current transportation needs of Veterans, military members, and their families as well as from any Maui resident with a current of future interest in public or private transportation services.  As such, we encourage all members of the public to take a moment of time to answer this important survey, which links can be found below.  Public access to the internet is available at the public libraries and AKAKU public radio offices.  Please contact them directly for days and hours of operation.  

The surveys can also be accessed through  the following links:  

Provider survey link   

Rider survey link:    

These surveys will close on March 24, 2014. If you have any questions about this survey or how to complete it, please contact CEO Lyn McNeff, at or by calling 808-249-2990
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