Time is running out to take part in a survey aimed at gathering views of how Kent’s roads are maintained.
Kent County Council (KCC) wants to hear from all road users before the deadline of the end of February.
It is the fourth year running in which KCC has taken part in the National Highways & Transport Public Satisfaction Survey, which opened in June.
There are six categories that people can complete, which are:
• Highway maintenance
• Walking and cycling
• Public transport
• Road safety
• Tackling congestion
The information gathered from the responses will be shared with KCC managers to get a broader understanding of the condition of the roads and pavements. The findings will also help us to develop and improve what we do in the future.
KCC’s Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, David Brazier, said: “We are constantly striving to develop and improve the service we offer to the people of Kent.
“Now is the time for people who use our roads and transport services to have their say and share their views with us.
“The more people we hear from, the better we understand the priorities and concerns of the people who live or work in the county. It is only through gathering that information we can build services truly beneficial for everyone.”
People can complete any or all sections of the survey which interest them.
Visit https://letstalk.kent.gov.uk/national-highways-and-transport-survey-2021-22 to have your say.
Contact Ellis Stephenson – firstname.lastname@example.org – in the KCC press office for more information.
(KCC) wants to hear from all road users before the deadline of the end of February.