The university community is encouraged to take a transportation survey to share their needs and concerns when traveling from campus to the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at the Temple ­– Tifereth Israel.

The Maltz Performing Arts Center is Case Western Reserve University’s newly constructed performing arts building located to the west of Rockefeller Park and the Cleveland Museum of Art.

The facility is used by the Department of Music for concerts, performances, and rehearsals, and many university-wide events are held in the space.

If you have attended special lectures, events, or concerts hosted by CWRU or plan to take advantage of the new Maltz Performing Arts Center at CWRU, your response is requested.

This short survey seeks to engage students, faculty, staff and the greater campus community to understand current travel patterns and identify potential issues and opportunities for traveling to and from the Maltz Performing Arts Center.

The survey takes your individual experiences of the campus—your school or department, how you get around, and how new options could impact the way you travel—and aggregates them to discover patterns, challenges and opportunities. Your responses to the transportation survey are anonymous; the goal is to understand the future of transportation between the Maltz Performing Arts Center and Case Western Reserve University and surrounding institutions.

The anonymous survey is available online.