The Highways division of Surrey County Council (SCC) has announced an online traffic survey to gather information about driving patterns in and out of Weybridge, specifically in the Brooklands area.
Three slightly different surveys have been devised, each aimed at a slightly different audience, in order to grasp the needs of shoppers, workers and residents. The links to the surveys are provided below.
The surveys will run for several months to give enough time for various business and community networks to get the surveys out and canvas the opinions of as many people as possible. At this stage, SCC is looking to gather as much data as it can in order to understand transport patterns into, out of, and through the Brooklands area. Whilst respondents may be tempted to suggest solutions, authorities advise that they do not yet have enough quality evidence or hard data to assess alternative visions for traffic.
The task at the moment is to find out what are the different perceptions of problems and why these perceived problems exist.
The online surveys below will be complemented by origin and destination surveys at key entry and exit points across the town to develop data that will allow Highways to analyse and explore available options to improve journeys in Weybridge.
If you travel across Weybridge and the Brooklands area please give your views below by completing the relevant survey using the links below:
- Customers for those regularly going to shops and businesses in Brooklands
- Employees for people working in the Brooklands area
- Residents for people who regularly drive through the Brooklands area. Note: you need to give the postcode of where you drive to.