Faisal Rashid MP has launched a traffic survey asking Warrington South residents to have their say on local traffic congestion.
The survey encourages constituents to highlight problem areas in an effort to try to tackle local traffic issues. Faisal is also asking for ideas on how congestion in the constituency can be relieved.
The survey is running until 5th May, after which Faisal will be taking the findings to the town’s transport bosses for action.
Faisal Rashid MP said:
“I am regularly contacted by constituents who tell me they are fed-up with the intolerable levels of traffic congestion in Warrington South. The local road and motorway network is already at the point of gridlock during peak times. If there is an incident on the surrounding motorway network local roads come to a standstill.
“Traffic congestion is leading to significant delays – even for motorists travelling very short distances. And this isn’t just affecting travel time to and from work. It can mean missed hospital appointments or delays for parents dropping off and collecting their children from school or childcare. My constituents tell me they want to see action taken to tackle the traffic misery.
“I am conducting a traffic survey to get a better understanding of the problems and how my constituents are affected. As part of the survey I am asking Warrington South residents for ideas on how traffic congestion in the constituency can be relieved. I will be presenting the results from my survey back to senior Warrington transport officials and I will be asking what action can be taken to tackle the traffic misery.
“The survey is open to all Warrington South residents and will be running until 5th May 2019. You can take part via the following link www.faisalrashid.com/fr-traffic-survey-2019-2/”
Click the picture to fill out the survey.