Just what would it take to encourage you to walk, bike or ride the CTA more often?
Why don’t you “give a minute” and tell the CTA about it? And while you’re at it, you can tweet it and post it to Facebook.
This is all part of a campaign started by CEOs for Cities to get the answers to the lead-off question here. From their blog:
Give a Minute is a new model for citizen participation. It’s an easy way
to share ideas about how to make Chicago an easier place to get around
without owning a car, connect those ideas with change-making community
leaders, and make things happen. And citizens only need one minute of
their time for this interaction.
Citizens can text their ideas to 312.380.0436 or post them to the
Give a Minute website. These ideas will guide
recommendations during the Connectivity Challenge in Chicago December
8-10. The Give a Minute for Chicago campaign was made possible through
the generous support of the Chicago Transit Authority.
I already put my idea out there: CTA customer assistants should be more outgoing, courteous and helpful.
So, what’s yours?