Monmouthshire’s plans for Active Travel following Welsh Government funding

Monmouthshire County Council has received Welsh Government Active Travel funding of £3.4m for the financial year 22/23 with the aim of reducing everyday car journeys, and making walking, cycling and wheeling the easiest option. Monmouthshire’s Active Travel strategic focus is on journeys shorter than 3.0 miles to education, employment, shopping, health destinations, bus and rail […]

Welsh Town uses Vivacity Sensors to Monitor Contraflow Cycle Lanes

A new contraflow cycle lane has been implemented in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, to make it safer to cycle in the town, overseen by three Vivacity sensors installed to gather multi-modal count, path and speed data. Monmouthshire County Council are using this data to assess if cycling has become more popular in the town as a result […]


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