Guernsey transport strategy 'informed by survey'

Roger Domaille
Image caption Deputy Domaille has described the strategy as his top priority

Guernsey's new transport strategy will be informed by a survey of random households in the island.

Debate on the previous strategy was postponed due to questions over who would run the island's bus services.

Environment Minister Roger Domaille, who took up the post in May, has said developing a strategy was the top priority.

The Environment Department has employed staff on a temporary basis to carry out the survey.

Selected households will receive a letter asking them to take part and if those living there agree surveys will be carried out in person.

A department spokesman said the surveyors would carry identification, but anyone with doubts or concerns should contact the department for verification.

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