We will support greater use of public transport and alternative forms of transport such as cycling and walking. We will work with members of the public and key organisations to co-produce our work in this area, so that interested people have a clear understanding of the ambitions and challenges we face. In addition to reducing greenhouse gases, these actions will also have a positive impact on local air quality and health.
We will support a robust local network of charging points to encourage people to make the switch to electric vehicles and we will explore how this will align to our parking strategy.
We will continue to work with Active Travel England and others to deliver more safe walking and cycling routes, including refreshing our Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan.
We will reimagine our engagement with residents regarding Integrated and Sustainable Transport.
We will further enhance our support for rural communities through the development of our Rural Mobility bus services trial and explore new, more sustainable ways of connecting rural communities.