Blues launch supporters survey on matchday habits and transport ahead of proposed move to Bramley-Moore Dock.
Everton are inviting their fanbase to take part in a detailed transport survey to gauge opinion on how supporters will get to their proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
The Blues have been playing at current home Goodison Park since 1892 and many Evertonians’ matchday routines are firmly entrenched.
However, the move to a riverside home by the banks of the River Mersey will obviously prompt spectators to adapt their habits.
Stadium Development Director Colin Chong said: “Your responses to the survey will be invaluable as we seek to gain a detailed understanding of how supporters intend to travel to a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
“The findings of the survey will help us to deliver our ‘Transport and Access Plan’ and inform our designs and planning application for a new stadium.”
The survey asks fans a series of questions about their matchday habits such as: When they last went to a game; who they travel to matches with; whether they require special assistance; where they start their journey; how they get there; where they get on and off if using public transport; socialising and how soon they arrive/leave and why.”
Read the full story on The Liverpool Echo here.
The survey is open to fans who attend fixtures and have opted to receive news from the club.
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