Councillor Mike Ross on Hull’s Transport Survey

Councillor Mike Ross, Leader of Hull City Council, talks about the Hull Transport Survey at a Healthy Holidays event in Pearson Park.

Councillor Ross said; “I’m overwhelmed with the tremendous response we’ve had so far. I believe over 12,000 people have now filled in the survey. This is fantastic because we want to hear from you, about what your concerns are with Hull’s road and transport system.”

“It is only by hearing from the community that we can plan for the future, about what needs to be done next.”

Hull City Council launched the survey earlier this month so everyone can have their say on Hull’s roads.

The city’s road network has undergone significant changes over recent years. The council is keen to give residents a voice when it comes to shaping Hull’s roads for the future.

Every household will also receive one paper survey so everyone has the chance to have their say.

The survey will be followed in the autumn by a transport summit. Key organisations from across the city will be invited to take part in strategic discussions on a range of topics.

Complete the road network survey here: Hull City Council Traffic and Travel Resident Survey.