Perth and Kinross residents are being urged to Talk Transport and help the local authority develop its transport network over the next decade.
The Big Place Conversation - Let's Talk Transport survey is now open on Perth and Kinross Council's consultation hub.
It will look at all aspects of moving people and goods around Perth and Kinross, identifying both opportunities and problems.
This year the Big Place Conversation has been asking Perth and Kinross residents about what is good in their town, village or neighbourhood and what could be improved, and what it might need in the future.
The Let's Talk Transport survey takes a closer look at how people and goods move across Perth and Kinross.
Environment, Infrastructure and Economic Development Convener Councillor Andrew Parrott said: "How we get around makes a huge difference to our lives.
"We want people to tell us about what works well in Perth and Kinross and what issues they encounter.
"We know reliance on fossil fuels is unsustainable so it's important people tell us where there are gaps in public transport provision, or what would make it easier for them to use more sustainable transport options.
"it's also important businesses tell us about their needs, whether that's producers or retailers.
"I'd encourage everyone to take 10 minutes to complete the survey online and help us understand how easy they find it to get around Perth and Kinross.
"We live in one of the largest council areas in Scotland so people living in rural areas will have different experiences from those living in our towns. It's important everyone has their say to give us the fullest picture possible."
Responses will ultimately inform the Council's Mobility Strategy. This will sit alongside the Local Housing Strategy and Local Development Plan to help make sustainable, inclusive, and healthy places for everyone.
Residents can complete Let's Talk Transport now.