Plymouth City Council is asking for disabled people who have access to a vehicle, and their helpers, to comment on parking in and around Plymouth City Centre.
The council is carrying out a review of disabled parking in the city (on street and in car parks), which includes where, why and how often parking facilities are used and what improvements people would like to see.
The survey will also review how often blue badges and/or disabled bays are used incorrectly but will not focus on residential parking.
This will provide essential feedback on how satisfied disabled people are with current parking facilities and services and will help us to decide where we can focus future service improvements.
You can complete the survey online by visiting Plymouth City Council’s disabled parking review page; by filling in a hard copy – copies of the survey are available from the Civic Centre and at Access Plymouth (within Shop Mobility in Mayflower Street East car park). Large print surveys are available upon request; over the phone by calling Plymouth City Council’s Customer Service Team on 01752 668000; and face-to-face at First Stop at the Civic Centre.
The survey will run until Friday, April 8 and a review is expected in May.
(from a press release)
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