TRANSPORT for Buckinghamshire’s road safety team wants your feedback on how it delivers the road safety message across the county.
Questions are being asked about road safety education, training and publicity, such as young driver and motorcyclist training courses, work-related road safety, as well as campaigns about drink driving, seatbelt wearing, eyesight and speed.
The survey will run until the middle of March, with a report on the results expected in April.
Information from the survey will help develop road safety programmes to reduce the number of collisions on the county’s roads and their severity.
The team is looking to monitor attitudes to a road safety issues and asking for suggestions of future campaigns and new areas of intervention.
Cabinet member Valerie Letheren said; “I would encourage the residents of Bucks to give us their views which will help the road safety team to prioritise their work.”
Fill in the online survey at www.buckscc.gov.uk/sites/bcc/about_your_council/Have_your_say.page