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Public encouraged to take survey about Colorado Classic

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The inaugural Stage 1 Colorado Classic bike race in Colorado Springs is in the books, after bringing thousands of athletes and fans from across the state, nation and world to Colorado Springs.

In order to gain resident feedback, the City of Colorado Springs has created a post-event survey. Data gained from this survey will be instrumental in helping to analyze the event. The City thanks residents in advance for completing the survey to share what went well, what could be improved and what the City can do to best accommodate this and other large events in the future.

If you're interested in taking the survey, click here.

“Large scale events like the Colorado Classic event dramatically heighten the profile of Colorado Springs,” said Bret Waters, Deputy Chief of Staff for the City.

"An event of this magnitude is a very complex effort and we realize there are always things we can do better. We are continually looking for ways we can improve our planning and operations. A thorough after-action process will be conducted and citizen input is vitally important to that process," he added.

The City’s event-day call center handled 95 phone calls, with the most frequent service for assistance navigating traffic closures. CSPD reports that there were zero event-related traffic accidents on Thursday.

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