Influence local highways policy change in Lincolnshire by completing survey, council asks public

A new survey has launched on Lets Talk Lincolnshire asking for public views about a number of traffic management-related topics.

Cllr Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said: “We’ve just launched a survey on Lets Talk Lincolnshire asking for your feedback on a number of topics, including speed limits; speed cameras; school safety zones; blue badge parking; and traffic calming measures.

“Whether you live in, work in or visit Lincolnshire, we want to hear what you think as part of an in-depth review into our Traffic Management Policy for the county.”

The survey is being conducted on behalf of a dedicated review panel made up of county councillors, county council officers, industry experts and community representatives. This panel has been tasked with reviewing the county council’s existing Traffic Management Policy, with a view to making recommendations and proposed updates to it for the benefit of Lincolnshire’s communities.

Through this in-depth review, the county council hopes to make our roads safer, improve traffic flows, and increase accessibility across the network.

Cllr Davies added: “Your input will directly influence recommendations and decisions made by the scrutiny panel and will help in updating our current Traffic Management Policy. So I encourage everyone to take five minutes to fill out the questionnaire.”


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