County Council urges residents to get involved in independent roads and transport survey

Residents in Hampshire can share their views on Hampshire County Council’s highways and transport infrastructure by taking part in the National Highways and Transport Network (NHT) Public Satisfaction Survey

Jul 16 2021

The annual NHT survey looks at everything that is related to roads and transport, ranging from the condition of road surfaces, the quality of footway/cycling facilities, public transport, as well as the services that the County Council provides such as winter gritting, grass cutting and drainage maintenance. 

Councillor Russell Oppenheimer, Hampshire County Council’s Executive Member for Highways Operations, said: “Having transport infrastructure that is well managed and maintained is vital for the current and future economic prospects of the county as well as the quality of life for everyone who lives, works and visits Hampshire. 

“We look after over 5,500 miles of road in Hampshire and we know the standard of footways, roads and transport services is very important to our residents. The results from this survey help us to build a picture of where we’re doing well and where we could do better and can help to inform future service improvements.

“I would like to encourage as many people as possible to take the time to give us their views.”

To take part in the online survey,  visit: