Devon performs well in transport survey

Devon came third out of 24 county councils who took part in the National Highways and Transport Public Satisfaction Survey (NHT Survey).

Devon came third out of 24 county councils who took part in the National Highways and Transport Public Satisfaction Survey (NHT Survey).

The study is the most definitive public satisfaction survey for highways and transport ever undertaken. Over half of all English highways authorities took part, with 76 in total, including Metropolitan Councils, Unitary Authorities and London Boroughs, as well as 24 County Councils.

Devon County Council was the overall top performing authority for satisfaction with management of roadworks, and was also ranked the top county council on satisfaction with cycle routes and local rights of way network.


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