Survey is available from through Oct. 29.
Study found that motorists exceed speed limits by at least 10 mph.
Hollister residents can use an app to schedule pick-ups.
VTA says the Rapid 568 can cut down transportation time on this route from the Gilroy Transit Center to downtown San Jose 33%.
The project, which includes placing a new transmission pipeline, is part of the $106 million highway widening effort.
The accident location is the same where a pedestrian was killed on June 20.
Key feature includes raised dividers to prevent motorists from changing lanes.
Gilroy-based McKim Corporation will make pavement upgrades to portions of five Hollister roads.
$12 million will go toward improving safety at the Hollister intersection.
City manager says up to $5 million is needed annually to keep streets and alleys in their present condition.
After receiving guarantees to cover potential liabilities, members OK bringing a minimum of 50 electric scooters downtown.
San Benito County awarded $5 million for two projects.
One moving lane closure scheduled for June 28-30.
Construction of the $100 million project is expected to begin in late 2023.
County also set to resume $6.6 million Hospital Road project.
Nearly $1 billion in funding returned to the project.
Construction and road delays to occur June 14-18.
The deadline to complete the survey is June 30.