Member of the Welsh Parliament for Monmouth, Nick Ramsay, has received notice that members of the public may now share their views on the future of Chepstow’s transport connections. Arup’s current study is looking at a number of transport options in the Chepstow area and wider region, and this will be the last formal opportunity for people to have their say during the current Stage 2 of the Chepstow Transport Study.
Speaking today Nick said: “ I would urge all Chepstow residents and those affected by congestion in and around the town to consider the options under consideration in the hope that a preferred way forward can be found which is widely supported.
“The consultation runs from 9:00am on Monday 2nd November 2020 until 17:00pm on Sunday 13th December 2020 and will be held online due to the current situation regarding COVID-19. The virtual consultation aims to offer people a similar experience to that of a face-to-face event and people will be able to ask questions via webchat or telephone.
“To participate, you can visit https://virtualengage.arup.com/chepstow-transport-study any time from 9:00am on Monday 2nd November 2020 to access information about the study and have your say.
“A hard copy of the consultation booklet and feedback survey can be mailed out with a freepost address for returns to anyone who is unable to access the online materials. Please call 0117 240 1529 to request.”