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Time running out to have your say on future of transport in Norwich

The pedestrianisation of Westlegate was one of the major changes in Norwich. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

The pedestrianisation of Westlegate was one of the major changes in Norwich. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

Time is running out for people to have their say on the future of transport in Norwich.

Consultation is under way over a review of the Transport for Norwich strategy, which has already seen major changes to the city centre, such as the pedestrianisation of Westlegate and banning general traffic from St Stephens Street.

More than 1,200 people have taken part since the survey launched in January, with the deadline coming up on Thursday. As well as finding out how people travel in and around Norwich at the moment, the consultation also asks people to rate the importance of a range of transport-related issues, including new technology, sustainability and environmental factors.

To take part in the consultation, visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/tfnreview, The deadline for responses is 5pm on Thursday.


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