Public asked: How do you want to travel around Lincolnshire?
With good transport links essential in a rural county, Lincolnshire County Council is keen to hear people's views about what they think the authority's top priorities should be.
Consultation is now underway for the council's fourth Local Transport Plan, which will set out transport policies and strategies for the next decade - and beyond.
Councillor William Webb, Executive Member for Highways and Transportation, said: "Much has already been achieved through our previous transport plans. More passengers use our award-winning CallConnect bus service and the roads are safer with fewer casualties.
"We will be looking to build on these successes with this latest plan and I would certainly encourage people to get involved. Most of us need to travel in our daily lives, to get to school or work perhaps, or to go shopping, so why not help shape the future of transport provision where you live?"
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Organisations, businesses and residents are invited to complete a short questionnaire to share their views on transport priorities for the future. It covers highways maintenance, transport in rural and urban areas, road safety and public transport.
The deadline for returning completed questionnaires is July 27.