Cambridgeshire County Council is one of over 100 Local Authorities to sign up to the National Highways and Transport Public Satisfaction survey which ends on 19 August. Around 3800 Cambridgeshire residents were randomly selected to receive a questionnaire through the post in June 2016.
The survey, which is being run for the ninth year, enables Local Authorities to compare results, share in best practice and identify opportunities to work together in the future. The standardised survey asks members of the public exactly the same questions, wherever they live.
Residents who are selected to receive a questionnaire are urged to take part to make sure the views of the Cambridgeshire public are properly recorded. Local and national results will be published in early October.
The results enable the Council to find out what people think about these important services in Cambridgeshire. This will provide one of several ways Cambridgeshire can assess how it is performing and which services to prioritise, and to improve.
Cambridgeshire County Councillor Mac McGuire, Chairman of the Highways and Community Infrastructure Committee said: "Cambridgeshire County Council is committed to community engagement and already takes residents' views and opinions into account whenever possible. These surveys help enhance our knowledge and understanding of the needs of our communities. Highway and transport services are used by everyone in Cambridgeshire and it is vital we hear people's views."