One of the many changes in Manchester City Centre is the need to look at how we travel around. We have improved cycle routes, and more are being planned, along with better and safer pedestrian access.

We know that city centre residents are well aware of both the ease and the difficulties of walking through our city. Many residents walk everywhere, rain or shine, night or day. We would particularly like to hear your views about what makes walking easier or harder, and whether there are any situations which prevent you from walking or cycling.

Improving the balance between more environmentally friendly travel and the use of cars is a challenge, and one that needs to be understood. We would be interested in your views by taking our survey below.

Walking and cycling survey

Do you own a car?
Do you own or have access to an allocated parking space?
How do you usually travel to work?

How do you usually travel for other things, such as for leisure?

Do you own a bike?
Do you use a bike to travel round the city centre?
This might be a bike you own or a bike that you rent
Would you like to see more cycle friendly streets in our city centre?

This includes things like improved junctions, more segragated cycle infrastructure, or reallocating road space to space for riding bikes.
In this question, we use the word walking in an inclusive sense to include all pedestrian-based mobility that may incorporate the support of aids to mobility such as sticks, canes, crutches, another person, assistance animals, and wheeling or wheeled mobility like the use of a wheelchair.
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