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More time for Lichfield and Burntwood residents to air transport views

carsHighways bosses are giving Lichfield and Burntwood residents an extra two weeks to have their say on the future of transport in Staffordshire.

County officials have extended the deadline for people to help shape the future of the road network to November 6.

As an added incentive the team is giving people the chance to win a £200 prize. Everyone who visits www.stack-up.info and fills in an online survey, will be in with the chance of scooping the cash.

County Councillor Mike Maryon, Cabinet Member for Highways, said:

“This eleventh hour extended deadline is a great opportunity for residents to have a say on the future of Staffordshire’s road and transport network.

“The more people that complete the survey, the more the public’s views will help to shape the county’s infrastructure and have a positive impact on the area.

“Creating a smooth running and effective transport system can make a big difference to everyone’s economic prosperity and quality of life and we need residents’ help to do this. This is all about getting people engaged in what is a massively complex business of balancing demands and identifying the real priorities for Staffordshire.”

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