Aberdeen City Council is seeking the public’s views about the refurbishment to Broad Street, completed autumn last autumn.
The results will be included in a committee report to councillors.
Comments from statutory consultees such as emergency services and bus companies, and feedback from the Disability Equity Partnership, will also be considered.
Broad Street was redeveloped as a pedestrian-orientated space that can still be used time-tabled buses and cyclists, having previously been open to all traffic.
The £3.2 million City Centre Masterplan project — funded by the Council, Marischal Square developer Muse, and Sustrans Scotland — includes an illuminated fountain, trees and benches, improved lighting, and a raised grass area offering flexible event space in front of Marischal College.
CCMP spokesperson Councillor Marie Boulton said: “We’d encourage everyone to take part in the survey so we can gather as many views as possible.”
The survey, which closes on April 12, can be found here.