Of those who agree with restricting vehicle access to Orchard Road, just over three quarters of respondents feel it will be better for people to walk and cycle
Orchard Road residents* largely agree with restricting access as they feel it will stop through traffic and as it will make the road quieter
*Caution should be taken interpreting these results due to a small base
Why do you agree with restricting vehicle access to Orchard Road from Fawcett Road?
Base: Respondents who agree – total sample (241) | Orchard Road residents (8*) *Caution small base
This chart shows why respondents agree with restricting vehicle access to Orchard Road from Fawcett Road:
76% of total respondents and 63% of Orchard Road residents feel this will be better for people to walk and cycle
54% of total respondents and 75% of Orchard Road residents feel this will make the road quieter
54% of total respondents and 100% of Orchard Road residents feel this will stop through traffic
13% of total respondents and 25% of Orchard Road residents agree for other reasons
Responses for 'other'
This table shows other reasons respondents agree with restricting vehicle access to Orchard Road from Fawcett Road:
5% feel this will make the road safer
2% feel this will reduce speeding or use of the road as a rat run
2% feel this will reduce traffic congestion/ improve traffic flow
2% feel this should reduce pollution/ improve air quality
1% feel this should improve the general environment of the road
1% agree for other reasons
Will make the road safer
Will reduce speeding/ use as a rat run
Will reduce traffic congestion/ improve traffic flow
Should reduce pollution/ improve air quality
Should improve the general environment of the road
Key quotes from Orchard Road residents
“Will hopefully stop speeding.”
“It will stop Orchard Road becoming a ‘rat run’ for speeding vehicles.”
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