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You are invited to take part in a research study being conducted by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation. The study is concerned with how best to communicate with travelers, especially when those travelers are using managed lanes (HOV, managed HOV, toll, express, etc.). As part of this research effort TTI will be conducting focus groups in four areas across the state – Houston, Austin, Dallas/Ft. Worth and College Station. Participants in these focus groups will discuss their communication needs to make informed travel decisions. The focus group will take about two hours to complete and participants will be compensated $50 for their time.
If you would be interested in participating in one of these focus groups, please take a few minutes to complete this online questionnaire. The information you provide will help in putting together the group but will not be shared with anyone outside of the research team conducting the study. Not everyone who completes this questionnaire will be selected to participate in this study. If you are selected to participate you will receive additional information about when and where the focus group will be conducted. The focus groups will occur as follows:
Houston, Tuesday evening, June 14th
Bryan / College Station, Wednesday evening, June 15th
Austin, Tuesday evening, June 21st
Dallas / Ft. Worth, Wednesday evening, June 22nd
You may contact the Principal Investigator, Tina Geiselbrecht, to tell her about a concern or complaint about this research at 512-407-1116 or at email@example.com.
For questions about your rights as a research participant, or if you have questions, complaints or concerns about the research, you may call the Texas A&M University Human
Subjects Protection Program office at 979-458-4067 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any other questions please call 512-407-1101.
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