– Transport for the South East wants YOUR views about futuretransport needs

Transport for the South East (TfSE), the Sub-national Transport Body for the south
east of England, is asking people to take part in their ‘Your Voices’ survey and
submit views on the future transport needs of the region.
People are being asked to take part in the online survey where there are questions
about transport-related issues such as accessibility and affordability.
Participants can also share their experiences regarding congestion, noise pollution,
air quality, road safety, public transport, personal safety, and walking and cycling
The ‘Your Voices’ survey can be found online at tfse.org.uk until Sunday, 2 June

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    A special podcast has been produced that explains in further detail why TfSE needs
    the views of people across the south east and how those views will help shape the
    future work of TfSE. The podcast can be listened to online at tfse.org.uk and is also
    available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify by searching for ‘The TfSE Podcast.’
    Councillor Keith Glazier, Chair of TfSE, said: “We want to hear the views and
    experiences of those in the region when it comes to all things transport related.
    One of our roles is to speak to government about the priorities they should consider
    when improving transport connectivity locally. To do this effectively, we need to
    hear from as many people as possible across the south east.”
    The south east is defined as Bracknell Forest, Reading, Windsor & Maidenhead,
    Slough, West Berkshire, Wokingham, Kent, Medway, Hampshire, Portsmouth,
    Southampton, Isle of Wight, Surrey, East Sussex, West Sussex, and Brighton & Hove.
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