Take part in our travel survey and win prizes

March 22nd, 2017

Tell us about your journeys to campus and be in with the chance of winning a £50 gift card!

The University has launched its staff and student travel survey to understand more about how you travel to, from and between University sites so that we can help to improve your journeys.

The travel survey is a great opportunity to give us your feedback on how we can enable staff and students to travel more safely and efficiently to our campuses. The responses will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of existing initiatives and to assess progress towards achieving our objectives for reducing carbon emissions and traffic congestion.

A prize draw is open to everyone who completes the survey and chooses to provide their email address, with a chance to win one of five £50 John Lewis gift cards.

The survey should only take around five minutes to complete. All personal details provided in the survey will remain confidential. We hope you can spare the time to complete the questionnaire.

The survey will be open from Monday 20 March – Friday 7 April 2017.

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March 27th, 2017 at 5:56 pm

Dean Martin

I travel to and from
Sutton Boningto Campus at weekends/holidays by car.
During the week I travel between university sites using the 901 hopper bus.
I have also used the hopper bus to get to and from University Park and then for onward travel into the city or to other destinations.
Were there no hopper bus I would not attend classes at University park, some of which are compulsory modules for my course.
The hopper bus needs to remain and be free to students/staff for as long as coursemodules are split across more than one campus.

March 27th, 2017 at 5:58 pm

Frederick Jones

I regularly use the 901 hopper bus from Sutton Bonington to Main campus. It is my primary form of transport. Also, last year I used it regularly to travel between kegworth and Sutton Bonington.

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