LCWIP surveys

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Dear Liverpool City Region Combined Authority,

A spokesperson for the CA is quoted in the Wirral Globe as saying that: 'our own surveys show that the majority of residents, including motorists, support the building of new safe, segregated cycle lanes of this kind'.

Could you please confirm when these surveys were carried out, where, how many people took part and the questions and data collected.

Yours faithfully,

Ian Lewis

FOI CA, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

Dear Mr Lewis

RSN21060

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FOI CA, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

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Dear Mr Lewis

RSN21060

Thank you for your recent request made under the Freedom of Information Act. Please find the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s response below.

As stated in our 3rd September response to your previous enquiry (RSN20986), an online survey on cycling and walking attitudes was conducted in the development of the LCWIP, running from 14th December 2018 to 31st January 2019.

The Arrive Happy website hosted the survey link and it was promoted via a social media campaign, direct emails to walking/cycling groups and employees. In total, 1,722 individuals completed the anonymous survey and 44% of these were Wirral respondents. The findings can be read in the report at the following link:

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5...

In addition, the Bike Life survey was a representative sample of Liverpool City Region residents, not just those who cycle.

For the this survey, 1,491 residents aged 16 or over took part in the survey. For Wirral, the sample size was 307 (20% of the overall number surveyed). The survey took place between March and July 2019. Subsequently, the LCR Bike Life report provided information and attitudes from a sample of cycling and non-cycling residents across the City Region (link below).

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/bike-life/bi...

Please also find attached the Active Travel extract from our Transport Tracker survey, completed in May 2020.

I trust that this information is of interest to you.

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Andy Henderson

Senior Information Management Officer | LCRCA | Mann Island, PO Box 1976, Liverpool, L69 3HN
Office: 0151 330 1679 | Email: [Liverpool City Region Combined Authority request email]

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