Spaces for People is a temporary infrastructure programme in Scotland which offers funding and support to make it safer for people who choose to walk, cycle or wheel for essential trips and exercise during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of monitoring efforts for the Spaces for People temporary infrastructure programme in Scotland, Sustrans is conducting a residents’ survey to assess the impact of temporary street changes (such as cones for pavement widening, pop-up cycle lanes) on peoples’ ability to physically distance and move around safely in their streets.
If you live close to one of these measures we would like your valuable input; filling the survey will take less than 10 minutes.
Complete the online survey: https://sustrans.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/spaces-for-people-resident-survey
The data Sustrans collect will be reported to Transport Scotland, and will inform future planning of temporary infrastructure measures.
We appreciate your time and thank you for taking part.For more information about the Spaces for People programme, visit the Sustrans website.