The Kenaitze Indian Tribe is seeking input about transportation needs in central Kenai Peninsula communities as it develops the Kahtnu Area Transit, a public bus service that will be available to the general public.
The tribe has launched a survey to document those needs as perceived by “residents of the greater Kenai, Soldotna, Sterling, Nikiski and Kalifornsky communities,” a media release from the tribe reads. “Especially current or potential users of public transportation or people with transportation needs.”
The survey can be found online at arcg.is/1OaKju, and paper surveys will be available around Kenai, Nikiski, Soldotna and Sterling, the release says. The tribe confirmed via email that paper copies will be available at, and can be returned to, the Kenaitze Indian Tribe Administration Building on North Willow Street and the Tyotkas Elder Center on Mission Avenue.
The release says that survey responses will be collected until Sept. 11, and that the results will be used in development of the bus route and stop locations.
For more information about the Kahtnu Area Transit, visit kenaitze.org/kenaitze-indian-tribe-announces-fixed-route-bus-service-plans/.
Reach reporter Jake Dye at firstname.lastname@example.org.