Sefton Council is encouraging anyone who uses the borough’s roads and footpaths to take part in a survey before September 30.
The consultation has been extended so that residents and visitors alike can still have their say on a wide range of issues, including the condition of the roads, street lighting, traffic congestion, pollution and the right of way network.
The local authority is asking participants to not only highlight issues, but also suggest improvements and what they feel the priorities should be on roads and highways in 2018 and beyond.
Cllr. John Fairclough, Cabinet Member for Locality Services, said:
“The biggest community resource we have at Sefton Council is our road network, it is the lifeblood of our local economy and communities – it is important that we get it right for everyone.
“I really want as many road users, including pedestrians, to come forward and complete the survey so give us a wide range of views”
“You do not have to live in Sefton to take part – this is for anyone and everyone who uses our road network. Your views matter to us and will definitely influence how we deliver our road network in the future”
The survey can be found online and is titled ‘Transportation and Highway Infrastructure Services 2017’
Alternatively, you can complete a paper copy and return it by the closing date of Saturday, September 30.
To get a copy of the survey in a different format, please email or call 0151 934 3375.