Transportation Priorities

This chart shows the transportation priorities for the survey respondents and their families. They were asked to rank a number of priorities.
Scale:  1 = most important; 9 = least important

Key things to note:

  • The majority of respondents feel that the transportation priority is “Passenger car movement, loading and parking”.
  • Respondents feel that “Quality of Life” and Pedestrian Connectivity and Mobility” are the next most important priorities.


For more information about the City of Smithville’s Transportation Master Plan Project, please contact:

Chuck Soules, Public Works Director
107 West Main Street
City of Smithville
Phone: (816) 532-3897