On Tuesday 14th June, Monmouthshire County Council and Arup Group launched a public consultation on the future of transport in Chepstow, with the aim of getting constructive feedback from the residents and businesses.
Focused on a Transport Hub and Active Travel measures, the consultation seeking residents’ views on the provision of increased sustainable transport modes in and around the Chepstow area. This includes methods such as improvements to the existing bus network, demand responsive transport, electric vehicle infrastructure and park and ride facilities.
The consultation follows on from a previous study in 2020, when Monmouthshire County Council and strategic partners sought feedback on a wide range of options which sought to address the identified transport related concerns in and around Chepstow. The consultation is also seeking comments on the creation of an integrated Transport Hub adjacent to the railway station to link bus services, taxi services, active travel facilities along with EV charging.
To view the proposals and provide your feedback, visit the online virtual exhibition and consultation event, here: chepstowtransport.virtual-engage.com
The consultation is open for four weeks, closing at 11:59pm on Tuesday 12th July 2022.
For more information, visit: Chepstow Regeneration and Transport – Monmouthshire
If you would like to formally request hard copies, please call 0117 240 1529, alternatively you can request hard copies by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Tags: Chepstow, consultation, Monmouthshire, Travel