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What are we trying to achieve in the consultation during 1st August – 31st October 2020

  • Identify new routes that need to improve to get more people to walk & cycle more and not use their car to get to a destination. These routes will then be put on Maps referred to as Integrated Network Maps (INMs)
  • Agreement on the future strategic focus for Active Travel routes and facilities
  • Agree those routes that already meet an agreed standard for walking and cycling – these are called Existing Route Maps (ERMs).
  • Greater Visibility and participation on the Active Travel agenda
  • Greater intelligence on stakeholder modal travel
  • Identify any policy issues that require consideration and make links to key initiatives and strategies such as the Local Development Plan.

How can you help shape the future of Active Travel (walking and cycling)

We are keen for your views. Within the consultation period there are a number of ways that you can participate and let us know where you think improvements need to be made to encourage more walking and cycling. Please see below options for how to get involved.


Complete The Questionnaire To Give Us Feedback

Click here to fill in our ACTIVE TRAVEL EASY READ Survey


We also invite you to participate in a webinar and drop-in session to consult.

Active Travel Drop-In Session
(Postponed due to COVID-19)

Contact Us: activetravel@monmouthshire.gov.uk

Internal Links

External Links

Reports

Welsh Government detailed ERM Maps for Monmouthshire

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Abergavenny cycling

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Abergavenny walking

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Caldicot cycling

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Caldicot walking

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Chepstow cycling

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Chepstow walking

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Gilwern cycling

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Gilwern walking

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Monmouth cycling

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Monmouth walking

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Usk cycling

MCC AT ERM 2016 – Usk walking