Independent report

Public attitudes to roads in England, March 2014

Compares how people's attitudes to roads have changed between June 2013 and September 2013.

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Public attitudes to roads in England, March 2014

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This report compares and analyses how people’s attitudes towards roads in England have changed between 2 different periods of research.

The 2 waves of quantitative research were conducted in June 2013 (wave 1) and September 2013 (wave 2).

Using the June results as a baseline, it has been possible to track changes in attitude between June and September.

Read the full findings of wave 1.

Read the final report (wave 3) from September 2014.

This research has informed government’s thinking around roads reform and development of the ‘Road investment strategy’.

Published 15 January 2015