Active Travel Consultation 2020

Closed 28 Dec 2020

Opened 5 Oct 2020


The Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013 aims to make Wales a walking and cycling nation. To achieve this the legislation is placing a duty on local councils to identify, improve and promote designated "active travel routes" within any town that has a population of over 2000 residents.  Eleven Powys towns were identified by the legislation. This survey aims to find out local resident’s walking and cycling habits in those areas with a view to identifying popular routes and destinations and helping to establish an active travel network in the town.

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