YoloTD Seeks Input on Woodland Transit Center
Participants will be entered to win a $50 gift card to a local Woodland Restaurant
Woodland, Calif. (Dec 8, 2023): The Yolo Transportation District (YoloTD) is inviting Woodland residents and visitors to shape the future of the Woodland Transit Center by taking a brief online survey. The survey is available at www.surveymonkey.com/r/WLTransit until December 30, 2023.
The survey, which only takes three minutes to complete, allows individuals to share their thoughts on the current transit center and provide insights into potentially relocating the transit center in the future.
To show appreciation for participation, five respondents will be randomly selected to receive a $50 gift card to a local Woodland restaurant after the survey closes.
The Woodland Transit Center, located at County Fair Mall (1264 E Gibson Rd), is a vital transportation hub in Woodland. The center facilitates connectivity for residents and visitors, supporting sustainable transportation solutions. Through this community-driven survey, YoloTD aims to enhance the center’s functionality, ensuring it remains a central point for diverse transit services that meet the evolving needs of Woodland.
For more information, contact YoloTD’s Senior Transportation Planner, Courtney Williams, at (530) 402-2874 or email@example.com.
YoloTD aims to collaboratively create a transit center that aligns with the community’s needs, emphasizing sustainable and community-focused transit solutions.
About YoloTD: Yolo Transportation District (YoloTD) is a key player in Yolo County’s transportation system, connecting communities through its flagship service, Yolobus. Serving urban and rural areas, including Davis, Winters, West Sacramento, Woodland, Sacramento International Airport, and downtown Sacramento, YoloTD is dedicated to enhancing accessibility and sustainability transit solutions. In addition, the agency is the primary multimodal transportation planning agency and collaborates on transformative projects, such as enhancing freeways and developing plans for active transportation. YoloTD invites the community to stay moving with us at YoloTD.org