West Yorkshire COVID-19 Transport Survey

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The West Yorkshire Combined Authority is keen to understand your views on the impact of COVID-19 on your travel choices. The results of this survey will help us better understand and plan for the potential impact of changing travel behaviours as the lockdown is eased. They will also inform decisions about the transport network and other services we provide across the region as we work to ensure they meet the needs of residents and visitors.

The survey covers the following themes:

  • Travel needs – people’s working situations, including commuting and home working in relation to COVID-19, so that we can understand their transport needs.
  • Travel choices – people’s reasons for making journeys before COVID-19, including the transport modes used and how often they used them, and where people find public transport information from.
  • Coronavirus and public transport – how well people feel public transport operators are responding to the pandemic, including how easy or difficult it is to access transport information.
  • Coronavirus and cycling and walking – how people are travelling in this way.
  • Future travel needs – how might the way people travel change.
  • Feelings about public transport – concerns people are feeling about using public transport at the moment and things that could be done to address any concerns.
  • Coronavirus sentiments – wider concerns and the impact of the pandemic.

This survey is currently closed but it is anticipated that it will re-open for a few weeks in early august, though please be aware that this timescale may move depending on changing government advice/easing of lockdown measures.


Contact us

Via email: yourvoice@westyorks-ca.gov.uk

Via phone: 0113 245 7676

Via post: Freepost CONSULTATION TEAM (WYCA)*

*Please note that, due to the COVID-19 crisis, the majority of our staff are working from home and therefore there will be significant delays in receiving any postal contributions. It is strongly recommended that you contact us via another method if possible.

The West Yorkshire Combined Authority is keen to understand your views on the impact of COVID-19 on your travel choices. The results of this survey will help us better understand and plan for the potential impact of changing travel behaviours as the lockdown is eased. They will also inform decisions about the transport network and other services we provide across the region as we work to ensure they meet the needs of residents and visitors.

The survey covers the following themes:

  • Travel needs – people’s working situations, including commuting and home working in relation to COVID-19, so that we can understand their transport needs.
  • Travel choices – people’s reasons for making journeys before COVID-19, including the transport modes used and how often they used them, and where people find public transport information from.
  • Coronavirus and public transport – how well people feel public transport operators are responding to the pandemic, including how easy or difficult it is to access transport information.
  • Coronavirus and cycling and walking – how people are travelling in this way.
  • Future travel needs – how might the way people travel change.
  • Feelings about public transport – concerns people are feeling about using public transport at the moment and things that could be done to address any concerns.
  • Coronavirus sentiments – wider concerns and the impact of the pandemic.

This survey is currently closed but it is anticipated that it will re-open for a few weeks in early august, though please be aware that this timescale may move depending on changing government advice/easing of lockdown measures.


Contact us

Via email: yourvoice@westyorks-ca.gov.uk

Via phone: 0113 245 7676

Via post: Freepost CONSULTATION TEAM (WYCA)*

*Please note that, due to the COVID-19 crisis, the majority of our staff are working from home and therefore there will be significant delays in receiving any postal contributions. It is strongly recommended that you contact us via another method if possible.