Commuters urged to have their say on congestion and pollution

Commuters are being urged to help influence future decisions on how to improve congestion and the region's air quality.

The University of the West of England is leading the biggest ever study of its kind to ask people for their views on the future of work, leisure and travel in the area.

Responses from 'ClairCity' will then be used to inform the decisions of the new Metro Mayor in what will be one of the biggest issues for the winning candidate.

We went on the road with three commuters - who each take three different ways of commuting.

And whether by car, bike or bus, all are hoping to do so stress-free.

With two children to get to nursery and school, Laura Fogg-Rogers says she has little choice but to use her car for travelling to work from her South Gloucestershire home.

Corra Boushel rides 30 minutes to her office from Bristol and says it's the fastest way for her to travel.

Emily Prestwood owns a car but feels for work the bus is best. She also travels almost 4 miles which takes around 30 minutes.

  • The air quality survey is available here.

  • You can access the project website here.