We asked those who live, work or travel through the Fredericksburg region to help us understand how their transportation behavior has changed as a result of COVID-19 concerns, and also to share ideas to improve access and safety for all modes of transportation. The report shows that there has been a significant increase in walking,running, and biking and that people are concerned about the ability to social distance on local trails and sidewalks. We also discovered that there is support for temporarily repurposing streets for pedestrian and bike use and automating crosswalks. In addition, we gathered feedback on local transit and found that even after social distancing restrictions are eased, most people will still be apprehensive about using public transit but many acknowledged the importance of getting public transit back on track for those who rely on it for their main source of transportation. You can take a look at these findings and others because we’re sharing the full report with you. We will also be sharing our findings with local decision-makers.