- The majority of respondents agree or strongly agree that the walking proposals are important to ensure safe walking in Portsmouth (63%).
- The most common proposal that respondents disagree with is Proposal 2 – widening of existing footways (70%) whilst the proposal with the least opposition is Proposal 5 – install more tactile paving and dropped kerbs (34%).
LCWIP Proposals: Walking
To what extent do you agree or disagree that these proposals are important to ensure safe walking in Portsmouth?
Which proposals do you disagree with?
Base (respondents who disagree with the proposals): 67
The following chart shows a summary of agreement levels with the LCWIP walking proposals. The majority of respondents (63%) agree or strongly agree with the proposals.
The following chart shows what proposals respondents disagree with. The two most common proposals that respondents disagree with are Proposal 2 – widening of existing footways (70%) and Proposal 4 – continuous footpaths at crossing locations (63%).