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Roads and transport survey

Published: 31 October 2019

How do you get about in Surrey?

How do you get about Surrey?

Residents can now let Surrey County Council know their views on how they get about the county and what road and transport improvements should be prioritised in the future.

The Community Vision for Surrey in 2030 contains the ambition that journeys across the county are easier, more predictable and safer. The council's highways team wants to know what that means for you and your day to day travel around the county.

We are considering our next contract arrangements as several come to the end of their terms over the next few years. Our new service provider will help to deliver the Community Vision and we are seeking your views to help us decide the future of the services provided by Highways and Transport.

Surrey has some of the busiest transport infrastructure – like roads and trains - in the country. The council is responsible for 3,300 miles of roads, which are well used with rising volumes of traffic and a higher than average daily traffic flow.

While 62% of residents commute by car, Surrey is well served by a busy rail network, with main and branch lines connecting London to the south east and south west.

You can fill out the survey Highways - Future Service and Contract online. The closing date is 24 November 2019.

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