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Travel survey on Central Railway Station, Jätkäsaari, Otaniemi, Kera and Matinkylä

Answer and enter the raffle to win a prize!
Aalto Summer School on Transportation poster

Aalto University Summer School on Transportation has launched a travel survey about five urban mobility hubs in HSL area: Central Railway Station, Jätkäsaari, Otaniemi, Kera and Matinkylä. The purpose of this short and anonymous survey is to collect information that could help with thinking about improvements and innovations in mobility services around these hubs. By participating in the survey, respondents have a chance of winning a museum card (69 euros) or a voucher for Verkkokauppa (69 euros).

The travel survey can be accessed via this link until August 24th:  https://app.maptionnaire.com/en/9204/. This survey is available in three languages (English, Finnish and Swedish).

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