The survey is available online and at four pop-up meetings in September and October.
The study will examine ways to improve safety and multi-modal access along the corridor.
Most of the new revenues will come from increased registration fees for trucks, based on their weight and wear on roadways, as well as higher taxes on diesel fuel.
The completed study identifies nine proposed projects to improve traffic safety and travel for pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users in Staunton.
The Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (SAWMPO) was established as a result of the designation of the Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro Urbanized Area (UZA) by the U.S. Census on March 26, 2012.