WESTPORT — An online survey has been launched to gather Westporters’ views on issues affecting traffic, bicycling and pedestrian safety, part of a federally funded “Safe Streets and Roadways for All” grant.

The “SS4A” survey — accessed by clicking here — will be used to help prepare a comprehensive study and “action” plan on a range of local traffic and infrastructure issues.

Funded by a $450,000 federal grant awarded to the town last year, the project is being conducted by Tighe & Bond consulting engineers.

The survey is designed to give residents “an opportunity to share insights, experiences and suggestions to help shape the future of road safety,” according to the town’s announcement.

Results of the survey, along with other opportunities for the public to weigh in, will be used to guide the consultants’ recommendations on priorities for “a safer multi-modal transportation system for all residents and visitors,” the announcement states.

For more information on related reports, check the town’s Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Task Force website.