Test Valley Borough Council is evaluating its cycle network document and inviting residents to contribute their feedback until 4.30pm on Friday 12 December.
The borough’s network of cycle routes encourages residents to use their bikes for leisure and commuting. The Council is seeking feedback on existing and proposed routes, bicycle storage and areas for improvement which will help shape the future of cycling accessibility in the borough.
Planning and Transport Portfolio Holder, Councillor Martin Hatley, said: “It is really important that we consult with all users of the cycle network to make sure we hear from commuters as well as leisure cyclists. We need to find out what works well and identify any areas that could further encourage people to use their bikes.”
The strategy will be available for the public to see at the Beech Hurst office in Andover and the Former Magistrates’ Court in Romsey.
A copy is also available at www.testvalley.gov.uk where an online feedback form can be used to submit comments.