There are more than 100 places left for Surrey residents to join a live radio debate on the future of cycling in the county.
Surrey County Council is currently consulting on its proposed cycling strategy, and BBC Surrey is hosting the debate with a panel of guests at the University of Surrey in Guildford on 23 October from 7-8.30pm.
The event will be an opportunity to ask questions of a panel including representatives from Surrey Police, Surrey County Council and the health sector, as well as cycling organisations Sustrans and British Cycling, plus groups who are concerned about the numbers of cyclists and cycling events in the county.
If you want to attend the event or would just like to submit a question for the panel, visit http://tinyurl.com/l39v5kv by Tuesday, 15 October.
Tickets will be allocated based on the questions submitted to ensure that the full breadth of views is represented. Successful applicants to be in the audience will be informed on Friday, 18 October.
To view Surrey County Council’s proposed cycling strategy and respond to the consultation, visit http://tinyurl.com/p7bgyl7