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  • Most respondents agree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions of this one-way system (63%), whilst a small proportion would make changes, and just under a third disagree (32%)
  • This proposal is more polarising for impacted residents; 48% agree and 52% disagree
  • A lower proportion of those with a disability agree with bicycles being able to travel both ways

What are your thoughts on bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system? - by total sample

Base: Total sample (384)

This chart shows that 63% of respondents agree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system, 5% agree but with some changes, and 32% disagree

What are your thoughts on bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system? - by resident type

Base: Impacted residents (21*) | Other respondents (363) *Caution small base

This chart shows that:
48% of impacted residents agree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system and 52% disagree
64% of other respondents agree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system, 6% agree but with some changes, and 30% disagree

What are your thoughts on bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system? - by disability

Base: Disability (37) | No disability (279)

This chart shows that:
54% of respondents with a disability agree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system, 5% agree but with some changes, and 41% disagree
68% of respondents without a disability agree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system, 5% agree but with some changes, and 27% disagree