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Norfolk people being asked how their journeys have changed due to Covid-19

01 June 2020

A green transport project is asking Norfolk people to detail how the way they travel has changed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The AtoBetter travel planning project has been working with communities across the county since 2015 to offer free travel advice and support, focusing on more active and sustainable ways of getting around their local area.

The team have now created an online Lockdown Survey which is set to help shape the project’s future plans, activities, and offers for people who live in Norfolk.

More than 2,800 people have already completed the 15-minute online survey since it opened on 7 May.

Cllr Andrew Jamieson, Norfolk County Council’s member champion for walking and cycling, said: “Many of us have recently been travelling in different ways; often cycling or walking to the shops more than before or ordering more things for home delivery. We will be looking closely at what the AtoBetter team learn from this survey as it may help us to support people to have a range of travel options to choose from in the future.”

The survey which closes at midnight on 7 June is available here: www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ATOBLS

Everyone who completes the survey has a chance to enter a competition to win one of five Amazon Fire tablets.

For more information on AtoBetter visit: www.atobetter.com

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