Shropshire has a large network of roads, predominantly in rural areas. Each year Shropshire partakes in National Highways and Transport Satisfaction Survey
Satisfaction results from the National Highways and Transport public satisfaction survey for 2020 show a decrease in overall satisfaction and with many areas of highways and transport.
Overall public satisfaction with highways and transport has decreased slightly from 47% in 2019 to 46% in 2020
Access to services and facilities reports that satisfaction remained at 65%. This is lower than the national result of 71%
Public Transport satisfaction reduced from 54% to 50%. This is lower than the national result also of 57%.
Walking and Cycling facilities and infrastructure reduced from 53% to 51%. This is similar to the national result of 52%.
Tackling Congestion remained at 50%. This is better than the national result of 46%.
Road Safety satisfaction reduced from 52% to 50% which is lower than the national result of 53%.
Satisfaction with Highway Maintenance reduced from 47% to 44% which is lower than the national result of 49%.