As many of you are aware, I have the pleasure of representing one of many viewpoints of EV drivers on the Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council. Also on the Council is Dr. Z Andrew Farkas, Director and Professor for the National Transportation Center at Morgan State University. The Center has put out a brief survey, gathering basic information about plug-in drivers, such as the reasons for getting a plug-in, if you charge at home, what sort of charging you do, and interfacing plug-in driving with rail commuting. It’s purely informational and anonymous. He mentioned that he was looking for plug-in drivers, so I thought it only natural to solicit the participation of the plug-in owner/drivers of EVADC. What follows is a brief introduction, and the link for the survey. I’ve taken it, and is is indeed about five minutes 🙂
The National Transportation Center at Morgan State University, a Maryland transportation research organization, is conducting a study of electric vehicles, and is asking you, an owner of an electric vehicle, to participate in a five-minute online survey on your EV purchase, commuting, and preferred safety technologies.
Participation in this survey is voluntary; you are free to discontinue the online survey at any time. Survey participants must be at least 18 years old and own/lease a plug-in hybrid or plug-in battery electric vehicle registered in the State of Maryland.
All information gathered in this survey will be anonymous and confidential. Only the National Transportation Center at Morgan State University will collect the survey responses, aggregate the data and analyze results. The individual survey responses can not be identified.
If you are willing to participate, please go to http://tinyurl.com/ndp5rxp or use the QR code below:
Dr. Z. Andrew Farkas
Director and Professor
National Transportation Center, CBEIS 327
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251