Tell Us How You Get to Pitt

How do you get to Pitt on a daily basis? Regional and Pitt decision-makers want to know — help by taking the Make My Trip Count regional transportation survey.

What is Make My Trip Count? 

Make My Trip Count (MMTC) is a triennial regional transportation survey designed to understand how people in the Pittsburgh region get to work or school. The survey asks about commuters’ transportation modes (i.e., personal vehicle, bus, bike) and the obstacles they face along the way. Responses are reviewed by regional transportation decision-makers and help shape the future of regional mobility. 

Why does Pitt care?  

Your MMTC response will help Pitt track progress on the Pitt Sustainability Plan as we work towards 50 percent reductions in transportation emissions campuswide by 2030. In 2015, 2,679 Pitt faculty, staff and students took the MMTC survey. This year, make your trip count

Why do you care?  

By sharing your transportation needs and challenges, you can directly influence how the Pittsburgh region invests in mobility; responses are reviewed by regional transportation decision-makers. Additionally, 20 lucky respondents will also receive a $50 Visa gift card.

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