A new House of Commons Transport Committee inquiry has been announced by MPs into the safety and roll out of smart motorways. Campaigners against them have called for them to be scrapped, some labelling them as ‘death traps’. One coroner concluded that smart motorways ‘present an ongoing risk of future deaths’ while another has referred Highways England to the Crown Prosecution Service to consider if corporate manslaughter charges may be appropriate. The government has promised improvements and in March 2020 published an 18-point action plan to enhance their safety. Against this controversial background we are keen to get your views on smart motorways and have designed a short survey, it will remain open until 26 March.