MORE than 700 people replied when 4,500 households across Cheshire West were asked for their views on highways issues, councillors heard.
The condition of roads and footpaths topped the list, with more than 20% of those who replied saying the state of roads in the borough was the most important feature for them.
Pavements and footpaths were most important to just under 20% of people, and safety on the borough’s roads to 16.58%.
A quarter of all people who replied put extra cash to improve the condition of roads at the top of their list, followed by pavements and footpaths (18.80%) and traffic and congestion levels (14.09%).
There was little change in public satisfaction, at 54%.