National Highways and Transport Network (NHT) Public Satisfaction Survey 2019 - West Sussex

Closed 21 Aug 2019

Opened 10 Jun 2019

Results expected 31 Oct 2019

Feedback Updated 9 Mar 2020

We Asked

We asked for views on highways and transport services in West Sussex as part of our participation in the annual National Highways and Transport Network Public Satisfaction Survey administered by Ipsos Mori and measure2improve.

You Said

You gave us your views on the provision and condition of roads, pavements, cycle paths, public rights of way, bus services, community transport and taxi services. You also provided us information about your frequency of use of different transport modes and how easy or difficult you find it to get to different places. A summary report of the headline indicator results is available on this NHT Survey summary page.

We Did

We are using this information to monitor performance of the provision of highways and transport infrastructure and services, and to understand more about travel behaviour, to help us plan investment.

Overview

This household postal survey provides information about resident satisfaction with highways and transport services, as well as insights into travel behaviour.

Why We Are Consulting

Why are we doing this?: The annual National Highways and Transport Network Public Satisfaction Survey (NHT Survey) is designed to enable benchmarking of highways and transport infrastructure performance across local authorities throughout Britain.

The survey is coordinated by Measure 2 Improve and carried out by Ipsos Mori.

What do we want to know?: The survey provides information about resident satisfaction with highways and transport services, as well as insights into travel behaviour.

What Happens Next

Please note headline national results from the annual NHT Surveys can be accessed from the NHT Survey website site and results are normally published in October. Summary result information for West Sussex is available below and on the main County Council website.

Areas

  • Adur District
  • Arun District
  • Chichester District
  • Crawley Borough
  • Horsham District
  • Mid Sussex District
  • Worthing Borough

Audiences

  • Cyclists
  • Bus/coach Passengers
  • Car/Van Drivers
  • Service Users

Interests

  • Cycle Routes
  • Highways
  • Pavements
  • Rights Of Way
  • Roads