The Arroyo Seco Parkway National Scenic Byway Project wants to know about your last trip down along the Arroyo Seco corridor.
, the byway project is in the process of gathering community input in order to create a "corridor management plan."
A pair of community workshops were held in Highland Park and South Pasadena in December to gather feedback. According to consultant Nicole Possert, the transportation design firm IBI group is now asking locals to fill out a survey about their recent travels along Arroyo Seco corridor between Highland Park and Pasadena.
"The consultant team, led by IBI Group, has created a transit user survey to help augment the data input process and get some ideas as to how/where and what transit methods are being used in the corridor along the Arroyo Seco Parkway," Possert wrote in an e-mail to Patch.
Possert said survey takers can provide feedback regardless of how they travel along the Arroyo corridor, be it by train, automobile, or foot.
The brief survey, which is due by Feb. 24, can be found here.
on the Parkway in August has reawakened community concerns regarding the dangers of driving along the --the oldest freeway in California.