A new report has been published detailing plans for transport in North Wales, including how to encourage modal shift in rural and urban areas.
It will be analysing frequent journeys taking place within and through the region by road, including where they begin and end, at different times of the day and within different seasons, including freight.
The report involves analysing how public transport and active travel are used within and through the
region, and where those journeys begin and end. This may include journey that start
and end outside north Wales, considering where the absence of public transport, car ownership or safe active travel corridors creates significant issues in communities.
It’s also been involved in examining the current programme of interventions to support people in north Wales to achieve a mode-shift, including the north Wales Metro programme and other relevant activity already taking place in the region to support active travel.
You can read the full report here.
(Picture – North Wales Transport Comission)