Student commuter survey participants can win $25 gift cards

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bus1Students, do you need some money to spend? Then PCC’s Transportation and Parking Services has an opportunity for you.

The department is giving away 20 Visa gift cards worth $25 each in a random drawing of students who complete the 2016 PCC Student Commute Survey.

To participate, go to the survey webpage.

This annual survey will provide valuable insight into the college’s commute patterns and sustainability efforts, and help transportation leaders plan commuter benefits such as transit subsidies, bike parking infrastructure, pedestrian amenities, and more. All responses are anonymous. When recording your weekly commute patterns in question one, please think of your commuting behavior from Dec. 5-9 as an example. Deadline to participate is Friday, Dec. 16. Winners of the Visa gift cards will be notified via email.

If you have any questions, call Transportation and Parking Services at (971) 722-8181.

About James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, has been the Communications Specialist for the Office of Public Affairs at Portland Community College since November of 1999. A graduate of Portland State University, J... more »

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x by bob 10 months ago

It could just be user error, but I can’t seem to get the survey link to work.

x by James Hill 10 months ago

Thanks Bob, I let Parking know there may be an issue.

x by James Hill 10 months ago

Survey link should be working now!

x by melamie speidel 10 months ago

link still not working.

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