We are looking for your views and ideas on what they should prioritise their winter road services spend on, this includes treating roads and pavements, as well as providing grit bins for members of the public.
It was agreed at the Communities Committee on 23 February 2021, that the Road Safety Member/Officer Working Group (MOWG) would review winter road services, as part of the review of policies, plans and strategies associated with the Road Safety Framework to 2030.
Following a series of focus groups held with community councils, volunteer organisations and others, several emerging issues have been identified, and the council is looking to get your views on these key areas and other winter road services.
Do you agree with the council’s current priorities on which roads and footways to keep as safe as possible? Is the budget split between treating roads and pavements the right mix? Now’s the time to have your say.
You can give your views through the online survey: Winter Road Service Review – Public Survey or visit ANGUSalive libraries for paper copies, which are subject to limited opening hours.
The survey ends on Wednesday 11 August 2021.
The Road Safety MOWG will review the findings from the survey and then publish it in a report to the Communities Committee later this year.