HENRICO, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Once again, a member of Virginia’s congressional delegation is relaunching a survey about the U.S. Postal Service.

Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger initially launched the survey in August 2020 and has received more than 6,800 responses since then.

According to a release, she wants to hear from constituents regarding concerns about continued mail delivery delays.

This comes as the USPS has announced plans to raise postage prices yet again.

This week, the USPS Board of Governors signed off on a plan to increase the price of a stamp to 63 cents next year.

Since 2019, the cost of a stamp has gone up by 26 percent. Just in July, the price for regular, First-Class mail increased by 6.5 percent while the price for package services jumped by 8.5 percent.

However, Virginians are still reporting delivery issues, with some residents not receiving mail for several days in a row.

“Regardless of the progress we have made in lowering delivery times, my office continues to hear from Virginians who are struggling to send and receive mail and packages in a timely manner, or at all,” said Spanberger. “I am frustrated by Postal Service leadership’s decision to keep raising prices without first fixing longstanding issues and making sure the dedicated men and women of the Postal Service have the support they need to carry out their jobs effectively. No one should have to pay more for a service that continues to operate under par. Whether waiting on lifesaving prescription medications, filling customer orders, or receiving letters from loved ones, Virginians should be able to count on the mail. The personal experiences of families, small business owners, seniors, and all residents of the Seventh District help me advocate on behalf of meaningful change for the people I represent. I hope that all Virginians who have concerns or feedback to share will take my brief survey.”

The release says that while on-time delivery rates have improved this year, such improvements may be attributed to a decrease in standards, which slowed delivery service from two-to-three days to four-to-five days for up to 40 percent of First-Class Mail and packages.

Senator Mark Warner has repeatedly raised concerns about mail delivery issues as well, including multiple visits to Charlottesville.

To fill out the survey, click here.