Residents and visitors to Sefton are being encouraged to have their say on the borough’s highway network.
Following a record number of responses last year, the local authority is hoping even more people will give their views and opinions via the ‘Your Sefton, Your Say’ online portal.
Each year Sefton Council conducts a detailed survey to find out what residents, commuters and visitors alike think of the highways around the borough.
Running until September 30, the survey seeks feedback on a range of services provided, including road defects, street lights, pavements, traffic management, cycling facilities and road safety.
The results of the survey are then published on Sefton Council’s website, and the data captured helps to inform service planning and prioritisation in the coming months and years.
Cllr John Fairclough, Sefotn Council’s Cabinet Member for Locality Services, said: “Our highway network is the largest asset that Sefton Council is responsible for.
“It is important that it works for everyone who lives, works and has fun in our borough.
“Last year’s survey saw a record level of engagement and reaffirms our belief that the highways are clearly something local residents feel are very important.
“The feedback that we received was exceptionally useful and I encourage as many people as possible to take part this year. It’s really easy to get involved.”
To take part in the survey, visit www.yourseftonyoursay.sefton.gov.uk.