Projects to Achieve Sustainable Travel
A vision for Canterbury that aims to combine the best of its fine mediaeval heritage with a delightful, healthful, efficient and environmentally sustainable transport system fit for the twenty-first century.
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We undertake practical projects with local authorities, NGOs and others to achieve more sustainable travel.
Examples of our work include:
Project for the National Trust to increase sustainable visitor travel to their
Workplace travel plan for Gwynedd Council, covering its four main offices across a rural county.
Workplace travel plans for the Countryside Council for Wales, at seven offices
Visitor travel plan for a proposed environmental visitor centre at the Welsh Harp,
in NW London.
Marketing Sustainable Travel
Sustainable transport and tourism product, the Dyfi Transport Guide, for
mid-Wales voluntary organisation Ecodyfi.
Work with Arriva and Gwynedd, Powys and Ceredigion Councils to develop
personalised marketing of bus services.
Encouraging Active Travel
Work with Cycling England to establish the Cycling Demonstration Towns project,
and to support the use of smart measures to increase cycling.
Facilitating DfT’s national programme of walking seminars involving over 1000
people from local authorities, primary care trusts, and voluntary organisations.
Review of UK pedestrianisation schemes and their impact on economic vitality
for Exeter City Council.
Consultation and transport needs assessment for Powys County Council and Communities First.
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Making Smarter Choices Mainstream
Advising the Irish Government on establishing Smarter Travel Areas to receive focussed investment in sustainable travel.
Advice to the West Midlands Transport Innovation Fund (TIF) team on the role smart measures could play in the region.
Appraisal of the freight strategy for NW England for the NW Transport Roundtable (a network of environmental and social voluntary organisations).