We are working with the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) to improve travel between Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Westfield and Bath/Bristol through better bus services and enabling more walking and cycling along the A37 and A367.
We want to provide better and more sustainable transport to help people move around more easily, reduce congestion, lower carbon emissions and improve the environment we live in. To help tackle the climate emergency we are encouraging people to leave their cars at home.
The West of England Combined Authority wants to hear from people who live near, or travel along, the A37 and A367 for work or leisure, including anyone whose main route into Bristol or Bath is via the A37 and A367. They want to find out what issues you currently experience and what improvements you would like to see. They have to prioritise how to use the funding they have for this, and your feedback will help us make choices and put together proposals to improve these routes.
The survey runs from 22 November 2021 to the 9 January 2022. An engagement report will be published in early 2022 and future proposals will be shared for public consultation as they are developed.
By taking part in this survey, you are agreeing that your comments can be made public in an engagement report that will be published by the West of England Combined Authority. You will be asked at the end of the survey if you would like your responses to remain anonymous.