City Of Menifee Mobility Survey


The City of Menifee and RCTC want to make it easier for your to get to the places you need to go. We need to know where and why you have difficulty traveling. 

The City of Menifee announced an online survey to identify transportation needs. The survey can be taken at and will be available through December 31.

 This survey is part of an effort, sponsored by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), to improve mobility for residents, including persons with disabilities and older adults. The project’s purpose is to understand unmet transportation needs of Menifee residents that are not met or cannot be met by existing public transportation services. This effort will identify transportation needs and recommend viable, responsive, and sustainable alternatives by which the City can address such mobility needs. 

Through its Measure A Specialized Transit Program, RCTC has awarded a $150,000 grant to the City to implement a study to address transportation needs. This needs assessment will consider alternatives by which the City can implement that addresses mobility needs eligible for Measure A support. The outcome of this effort will be a white paper-style report providing recommendations for the City to consider for its pilot program. The needs assessment will be conducted by RCTC’s consultant, AMMA Transit Planning, in collaboration with City staff from the Community Services Department and RCTC staff. 

The entire project’s timeframe is anticipated to be six months, with the completion of the transportation needs assessment anticipated in January 2022. 

The transportation needs survey can be completed online at or in-person at the Kay Ceniceros Senior Center (29995 Evans Rd.) during regular hours of operation. For more information about the Mobility Survey, please contact the Community Services Department by email, or call          (951) 723-3880