Have your say on the highway
Gloucestershire residents are being asked for their views on their local roads in a new survey.
Gloucestershire residents are being asked for their views on all things highways this week after a new survey was launched. The survey asks residents for their views on road condition, grass verges, pavements, street lighting, road signs and more.
Gloucestershire County Council want more detail on what residents think at a local level. They’re also offering anyone who completes the survey the opportunity to take part in further focus groups to offer more detailed feedback.
Cllr. Dom Morris, cabinet member for highways and flooding said “We want to listen to resident concerns about everything our highways teams look after. We know the biggest concerns are often about road condition, so we are getting on with our £100m resurfacing programme. With the better weather we’re also now able to double our efforts with an intensive ‘summer of resurfacing’ to get us in a strong position for winter.”
Access the highways survey before it closes midday 1 August 2023. Offline submissions also available on request.
Reporting highways issues can be done online Your Highways – Report it – Highways (gloucestershire.gov.uk)