Melanie Anzidei , Staff Writer, @melanieanzideiPublished 6:08 a.m. ET April 17, 2017 | Updated 11 hours ago

PARAMUS — The efforts of one concerned commuter saw the first signs of fruition last week.

In its latest newsletter, the borough published a commuter survey intended to gauge Paramus residents’ views regarding their commutes to and from work. That survey, which has been months in the making, was the result of a call to action by resident Robert Denicola last year.

The 13-question survey asked residents whether they used public transportation for their commutes, the kind of transportation they used, and the lengths of their commutes. It also asked if residents would support a borough shuttle to “lessen your commuting burden,” and if they would be willing to pay for that service.

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