Tamar Valley Line survey

Train on the Calstock viaduct with speech bubble: "Have your say"

Residents in the Gunnislake, Calstock and Bere Peninsula areas are being asked to take part in a transport survey to help with a new study looking at the value of the Tamar Valley Line to the community.

All aspects of the line’s value are being investigated including the access it provides local people to employment, education and shopping in Plymouth, connectivity with the rest of the country and its role in helping tourists visit the Tamar Valley AONB.

Win £50 in vouchers

Complete the survey by Friday 26 January 2018 to go into a prize draw to win £50 worth of shopping vouchers which you can use from a variety of retail outlets.

The study is the initiative of Calstock and Gunnislake’s Cornwall Councillor Dorothy Kirk and is being carried out by passenger transport specialists the TAS Partnership on behalf of the Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership.

Due for completion in the spring, the study is being funded by Cornwall Council, Cllr Kirk’s Localities’ funding and also, through the Rail Partnership, the Designated Community Rail Development Fund (which is backed by the Department for Transport and the Association of Community Rail Partnerships).

Read full press release about the survey

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