Island takes part in UK's NHT survey
People are being encouraged to share their views about the Isle of Man's roads and transport in a new satisfaction poll.
Carried out by Ipsos Mori, it's the first time the Island has taken part in the UK's National Highways Transport (NHT) survey.
The 12-page questionnaire, which covers issues including potholes, cycle routes and bus stops, is being sent to 3,000 households.
Member of the Department of Infrastructure with responsibility for highway services, Kate Lord-Brennan MLC, says having the survey done independently is important.