We are writing to let you know about 2 Transport surveys that are currently being carried out by the Chew Valley Area Forum Climate & Nature Emergency Working Group.
The first is for Students in Year 10, 11, 12 & 13 of Chew Valley School to establish how they currently travel to school and to see what buy-in there might be to various forms of low carbon transport for the Post-16 journey to school. This was launched on 19th April is open until 30th April.
The second is a cross-valley survey to scope parishioner’s present use of transport and again to see what forms of low carbon transport they might be willing to move to. This was launched on 26th April and will be open until 26th May:
Where individuals are not on the internet, they can phone Village Agent Anne-Katell Peton 07827526695 who will arrange for it to be completed over the phone.
Each survey should only take a few minutes to complete.
Please can you take 5 minutes to complete either or both of these surveys if they relevant to you. We are really keen to get a large response, so as to make a strong evidence-based case for change.
With WECA and B&NES working to meet the new government Bus Back Better planhttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/bus-back-better , it has never been more important for the views of rural communities to be included.
The following document gives some context to the surveys, which you might also like to read.
Posted on behalf of the Chew Valley Climate & Nature Emergency Working Group