A School Street is a road outside a school with a temporary restriction on motorised traffic at school drop-off and pick-up times. The restriction applies to school traffic and through traffic. The result is a safer, healthier and pleasant environment for everyone.

School Street schemes offer a proactive solution for school communities to tackle air pollution, poor health and road danger reduction. A School Street scheme will encourage a healthier lifestyle and active travel to school for families and lead to a better environment for everyone.

Moray Council introduced a pilot School Streets scheme at New Elgin and Seafield primary schools on Monday 22nd March 2021 for an initial period of 9 months, and we are now looking for your feedback on how you think it has been working, your level of awareness and understanding of the project, and perceptions on compliance and safety.

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* 1. Q1. Which school do(es) your child(ren) attend?

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* 2. What is your home postcode

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* 3. What is your gender?

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* 4. What is your age?

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* 5. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

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* 6. I am responding as a

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* 7. We usually travel to school by

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* 8. How aware are you of the School Streets project at your local school?

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* 9. Have you changed the way you travel as a result of the School Streets project?

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* 10. What benefits do you feel the School Streets project has helped to bring about? Please tick all that apply

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* 11. In general, I think vehicle drivers have complied with the prohibition.

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* 12. My day to day life has been made more difficult as a result of the vehicle restrictions

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* 13. The streets with vehicle restrictions feel safer during operating times

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