Electric vehicle transport survey goes live!

Milton Keynes City Council is running a survey on Commonplace and are looking for help to shape the future Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy! Although the term is often mostly used to mean cars, there are other forms of electric vehicles. These include cars, bikes, scooters, and other modes of transport.

You will find a variety of questions about different electric vehicles, why you use them, and how Milton Keynes City Council can improve your experiences whilst travelling in Milton Keynes.

The survey is open to residents and visitors who travel into the city.

The survey opened on the 4th September and will be running for 6 months until March 2024!

Answer Survey

Why are Milton Keynes City Council conducting these surveys?

They are conducting these surveys to get our residents’ and commuters’ views of electric vehicles and to help shape our future Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy. This strategy will provide MKCC with a roadmap for directing charging infrastructure investments in the City to suit the demands of our residents.

The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy is being developed alongside a larger transport strategy piece. MKCC is preparing its 5th Local Transport Plan, which will look at plans for the next 10-15 years, tying in with core strategies such as MK Futures 2050 and the new City Plan. The LTP will look at how the network and transport in all modes might grow and change as the City does over this period.

The LTP will sit over other transport strategies and policies such as the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy, Local Cycling and Walking Plan (LCWIP) and the Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP).

A number of surveys are being undertaken throughout Autumn in Milton Keynes to understand more about resident’s views and experiences. Whether you live, work, study or shop in Milton Keynes, and however you currently get about in the area, please complete the survey and others on our website as we will need your views to shape the future of our growing city.