Brunswick County and representatives from the Grand Strand Area Transportation Study are inviting the traveling public to share their input on the future of the Holden Beach Causeway Corridor.
Officials said the survey takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Feedback is needed by Friday, June 23.
The Grand Strand Area Transportation Study is looking at ways to improve the Holden Beach Causeway from a land use and transportation perspective. The survey is an opportunity to better understand how commuters currently use the corridor and what ideas community members have for possible improvements, officials said.
The survey is open to all full- and part-time residents, business owners and their customers, tourists, visitors, and other commuters who travel on the corridor or across Brunswick County.
Commuters who live or frequent the areas around Shallotte, Varnamtown, Holden Beach and Supply are highly encouraged to share their input.
Brunswick County and GSATS said they will use the feedback from the survey to develop proposed design alternatives for the corridor, to be shared with the community at public engagement workshops this summer.
Information on the survey and future workshops can be found at brunswickcountync.gov/holden-beach-causeway.