Stockton Council is launching a public consultation from Monday 9 February to gather the views of residents on all aspects of the local transport infrastructure.
An updated Local Transport Plan, which sets out the Council's strategies for developing and maintaining the local transport system, is due to be rolled out from April 2016 after the current plan is set to end in March 2016.
Residents are now being encouraged to express their views on the improvements they are keen to see develop over the next five years.
Councillor Mike Smith, Stockton Council's Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Transport, said: "I would like to invite all residents from across the Borough to give us their thoughts on how we can continue to develop and improve our local transport system.
"From increasing economic growth to improving the regular journeys of commuters, the benefits of an effective transport infrastructure are felt by everyone."
Stockton Council is working in partnership with NEMS Market Research to undertake this part of the consultation on our behalf.
Responses to the questionnaire will be managed by NEMS who will feed their analysis and results back to the Council.
To have your say via the online survey, visit http://www.mypointofview.co.uk/lpt2015/intro.aspx
Any residents that are interested in sharing their views on local issues are also invited to join Stockton Council's Viewpoint panel. For more information, visit www.stockton.gov.uk/viewpoint.