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  • The top reasons for opposing the ‘new bus-only corridor between Cascades Approach and Unicorn Road’ are because it is unnecessary (32%), and disagreement with removing a car route, often because it may increase congestion (31%)
  • The top reasons for opposing ‘routing outbound buses through a new bus-only corridor between Charlotte Street and Commercial Road North.’ are the same; thinking it is unnecessary (26%), and concerns about removing a car route, for example that it will increase congestion (22%)
  • The top reasons for opposing ‘creating an in-bound bus lane at Marketway to Unicorn Road’ are because it is unnecessary (33%), and concerns about removing a car route and increasing traffic (26%)
  • Only 4% of respondents opposed ‘improving the landscaping in the area to make it greener and more pleasant’, the majority of this cohort feel it is an unnecessary waste of money (69%)
  • Almost half of those opposing ‘installing a new tiger crossing to the south of Unicorn Road’ feel it is unnecessary (46%)
  • Others have concerns about increasing traffic (23%)

An asterisk (*) indicates a very small base size, caution should be taken when interpreting the results

Reasons for opposition towards 'making a new bus-only corridor between Cascades Approach and Unicorn Road'

Base: those opposing (71)

This table shows that when asked why respondents oppose making a new bus-only corridor between Cascades Approach and Unicorn Road
32% of respondents say that they do not think it is necessary
31% say that it will remove a car route and or increase congestion
15% make comments that are critical of bus services and or buses in general
7% say that they want an alternative solution
6% voice concerns about safety and or pollution
6% question the impact of the proposal
4% want a proposal to encourage more people to travel to Portsmouth and or the city centre
8% make other comments

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) Percentage (%)

Reasons for opposition towards 'routing outbound buses through a new bus-only corridor between Charlotte Street and Commercial Road North, east of Eden Street'

Base: those opposing (58)

This table shows that when asked why respondents oppose routing outbound buses through a new bus-only corridor between Charlotte Street and Commercial Road North, east of Eden Street
26% of respondents do not think that it is necessary
22% say that it will remove a car route and or increase congestion
12% say that it will remove a pedestrian and or cyclist route
12% make comments that are critical of bus services and or buses in general
9% want an alternative solution
7% voice concerns about safety and or pollution
5% question the impact of the proposal
12% make other comments

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) Percentage (%)

Reasons for opposition towards 'creating an in-bound bus lane at Marketway to Unicorn Road'

Base: those opposing (69)

This table shows that when asked why respondents oppose creating an in-bound bus lane at Marketway to Unicorn Road
33% of respondents do not think that it is necessary
26% say that it will remove a car route and or increase congestion
16% make comments that are critical of bus services and or buses in general
7% want a proposal to encourage more people to travel to Portsmouth and or the City centre
7% want an alternative solution
4% voice concerns about safety and or pollution
4% question the impact of the proposal
7% make other comments

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) Percentage (%)

Reasons for opposition towards 'improving the landscaping in the area to make it greener and more pleasant'

Base: those opposing (16*) | *Caution small base

This table shows that when asked why respondents oppose improving the landscaping in the area to make it greener and more pleasant
69% of respondents say that it is unnecessary and or a waste of money
38% provide alternative suggestions for investment
13% make other comments

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) Percentage (%)

Reasons for opposition towards 'installing a new tiger crossing to the south of Unicorn Road'

Base: those opposing (48)

This table shows that when asked why respondents oppose installing a new tiger crossing to the south of Unicorn Road
46% of respondents say that it is unnecessary
23% voice concern about an increase in traffic
10% voice concern about safety
10% provide alternative suggestions
4% make other comments

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) Percentage (%)