Independent report

Public attitudes to roads in England, September 2013

People were surveyed to find out their opinions on English roads in order to develop the roads reform policy.

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Public attitudes to roads in England, September 2013

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This report presents the findings from the first wave of research into people’s attitudes to roads in England.

During this wave, 3,512 people were asked 17 questions about the roads and how they used them. Their answers were analysed to produce the conclusions in this report.

Following this, there were 2 more waves of research. You can read:

This research has informed government’s thinking around roads reform, the content of the ‘Action for roads’ command paper and development of the ‘Road investment strategy’.

Published 15 January 2015