Asking 'the Congestion Question'
The Congestion Question
Should Greater Manchester introduce a congestion charge to help pay for improvements in the region's public transport network. If it happens, how would it affect your travel plans?
The principles of a proposed congestion charge for Greater Manchester are clear: up to £3bn to improve public transport on condition that motorists pay to drive in and out of the city at peak times. The whole issue will be decided by public referendum with ballot papers going out at the end of November.
Ultimately, we hope to build a congestion charge 'mood map' of the region which will reveal the range of opinions in different parts of the north west.
How to take part
Just follow the 'The congestion question' link above to the MapTube website and fill in your details.
You can choose from five options and will be asked for your postcode - that's it. It should take less than a minute to complete and the map is updated every 24 hours.
You WILL NOT be asked for any other personal information and what you do submit will NOT be used for any other purpose.
NB. This is NOT a scientific survey or poll and is not connected in any way to the official referendum process.
last updated: 21/10/2008 at 17:28