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  • There is less variation in the proportion of respondents who think there is something missing from the objectives
  • Individuals aged 45-54 and living outside of PO1-PO6 are most likely to think that something is missing (7%)
  • The lack of focus on residential parking is the main thing mentioned by those who feel something is missing from the strategic objectives (18%)
  • Also important to include are more improvements to public transport, including using smaller vehicles to expand coverage, using the park & ride to try and reduce commercial vehicles in the city and incentives to get school children using public transport (17%)
  • 10% of those with suggestions cite the lack of a solution to the parking of commercial vehicles overnight in residential areas

Who thinks something is missing from the draft objectives?

Base: (top to bottom) | Total sample: 2,086 | Age: 108, 152, 216, 286, 247, 91 | Sex: 563, 507 | Postcode: 114, 266, 131, 311, 159, 124, 58 | Disability: 230, 817

This chart shows the proportion of respondents who think something is missing from the draft objectives:
4% of the total sample.
4% of those aged under 34,
5% of those aged 35-44,
7% of those aged 45-54,
3% of those aged 55-64,
2% of those aged 65-74, and
3% of those aged 75 and over.
5% of males and
3% of females.
4% of those in PO1,
5% of those in PO2,
5% of those in PO3,
4% of those in PO4,
4% of those in PO5,
6% of those in PO6 and
7% of those living external to PO1-PO6.
3% of those with a disability and
4% of those without a disability.

What do you think is missing from the strategic objectives?

Base: Respondents who think something is missing (89)
wdt_ID Key themes Percentage (%)
1 Residential parking should be the main focus 18
2 Improve public transport e.g. more bus lanes to speed up journeys, take out of private company control, smaller vehicles going to more areas, park & ride for workmen getting to their off-site commercial vehicle parking, subsidised bus passes for school children 17
3 System needed to heavily restrict overnight commercial vehicle parking 10
4 Just need more and affordable parking 9
5 Better active tavel options e.g. cycle routes 6
6 Anti-car / parking policies are killing the city centre 6
7 Incentives to get rid of cars / use cars less e.g. permit restrictions 4
8 No new developments without sufficient parking 4
9 Vague / empty words 3
10 More efficient road infrastructure 3
11 Free parking e.g. for residents at southsea seafront 3
12 Other e.g. address unused disabled bays, facilitate creating more off-street parking in front gardens, control port pollution, cost of living pressures 11
13 No relevant comment / no comment 29