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  • At a total sample level 56% of respondents suggest ‘continuing the trial’ would improve facilities for walking or cycling to school
  • Almost equally popular are to have ‘fewer motor vehicles on the road’ (54%) and ‘more pedestrian crossing points’ (50%)
  • ‘Other’ comments are diverse. Most frequently mentioned are: more lollipop men or other forms of manned crossing / walking patrols; more parking restriction enforcement, and educating parents about walking to school. Around 10% or respondents appear hopeless that anything can be done about the volume of traffic
  • For respondents from King’s Academy College Park, making the roads one-way is also mentioned by some respondents

What would improve facilities for walking / cycling to school (all waves)

Base: Total sample (346) | Wave 1: King’s Academy College Park (165) | Wave 2: Meon Infant & Junior (86) | St John’s (19*) | Wave 1: St Jude's (64) | Bramble (12*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that:
56% of the total sample, 49% of respondents for King’s, 49% of respondents for Meon, 47% of respondents for St John’s, 80% of respondents for St Jude’s, and 92% of respondents for Bramble feel continuing the School Streets trial would improve facilities for walking/cycling to school
54% of the total sample, 50% of respondents for King’s, 50% of respondents for Meon, 68% of respondents for St John’s, 61% of respondents for St Jude’s, and 75% of respondents for Bramble feel fewer motor vehicles on the road would improve facilities for walking/cycling to school
50% of the total sample, 50% of respondents for King’s, 50% of respondents for Meon, 21% of respondents for St John’s, 56% of respondents for St Jude’s, and 75% of respondents for Bramble feel more pedestrian crossing points would improve facilities for walking/cycling to school
32% of the total sample, 24% of respondents for King’s, 41% of respondents for Meon, 32% of respondents for St John’s, 41% of respondents for St Jude’s, and 33% of respondents for Bramble feel improved cycling infrastructure would improve facilities for walking/cycling to school
17% of the total sample, 12% of respondents for King’s, 26% of respondents for Meon, 16% of respondents for St John’s, 20% of respondents for St Jude’s, and 8% of respondents for Bramble feel more secure cycle parking would improve the facilities for walking/cycling to school
25% of the total sample, 27% of respondents for King’s, 30% of respondents for Meon, 11% of respondents for St John’s, and 19% of respondents for St Jude’s feel another factor would improve facilities for walking/cycling to school