Are Central Florida’s transportation issues a pain in the axle? Or do you routinely travel from Point A to Point B without delays or safety concerns?

Whatever your thoughts are about Central Florida’s mobility, now is your opportunity to share your input on a survey conducted by UCF’s Institute for Social and Behavioral Sciences and MetroPlan Orlando, the agency that works to improve transportation systems in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties.

Whether you ride roads or rails, pedal a bike, or have opinions about tolls and taxes, the survey is available here until June 9.

Questions have to do with how to improve Central Florida’s transportation in the face of the region’s growing population, limited space to expand roadways, safety, air quality, funding and other topics.

Anyone at least 18 years old in the three counties is eligible to fill out the survey, which takes less than 10 minutes.