Members of the public are being asked for their views on how they would improve the transport infrastructure around Sleaford.
The Sleaford Transport Strategy survey is now live until October 22, and members of the public are encouraged to have their say on the changes they would like to see.
Residents, alongside local businesses and groups, will also be able to share their visions and ideas for how Sleaford can become “the best it can be” in two upcoming drop-in sessions at Riverside Church.
The first will take place on Saturday, September 18 from 10am to 3pm, with a follow-up session open on Thursday, September 23, from 10am to 8pm.
The project is a continuation of the work done on the A17/A153 junction by the Sleaford Rugby Club and the ongoing expansion to the Holdingham roundabout that is set to finish later this year.
Councillor Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said: “Sleaford is one of the county’s most important market towns, which is why one of our focuses over the past two years has been on making it quicker, easier and safer to get into and around town.
“With both of these big projects nearly complete, we want to know how else we can improve travel and transport in Sleaford.
“We’ll then use all the information we gather to help feed into a new transport strategy for Sleaford that will include a number of proposals for improving accessibility and transport now and in the future.”
Similar consultations will be taking across Lincolnshire, with one in the neighbouring town of Grantham and one for Skegness and Mablethorpe.
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