Survey aims to improve commuter’s journeys to and from work

PUBLISHED: 12:00 21 February 2018

Travel to Work aims to calculate staff's commuting habits.

Travel to Work aims to calculate staff's commuting habits.

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Businesses across North Somerset have until Friday to register for the 2018 West of England Travel to Work survey.

The survey is the largest of its kind in the UK and is available free of charge.

It aims to calculate staff’s commuting habits across the South West and should take approximately five minutes to complete online.

This year’s week-long survey will take place on March 12.

It will include questions on how staff travel to and from work, how satisfied they are with their journeys and basic information about when and where they are travelling.

The findings will be used to attract investment and help target spending on infrastructure in new public transport services.

Prizes are available to entrants, including a Fitbit watch and shopping vouchers.

To register your business to take part, visit www.travelwest.info/preregistration

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