Have your say on walking and cycling improvements
Conwy County Borough Council is asking residents to help improve walking and cycling routes in the county.
The public are invited to submit their views on where they would like to see better facilities for everyday walking and cycling journeys, as part of the Welsh Government’s Active Travel scheme.
Active Travel means making everyday journeys by walking, cycling or wheeling (such as using wheelchairs and mobility scooters) instead of using transport such as cars or buses. An Active Travel route connects to places of education, work, retail or leisure facilities.
Councillor Greg Robbins, Cabinet Member for Environment and Transportation, said: “We want to find out where residents would like to see better facilities for walking and cycling, and find out what’s stopping them from using the existing routes at the moment. We’ll use this information to update our map of future Active Travel routes. We’ve already introduced several new Active Travel routes, such as the one in Conwy which links to Ysgol Aberconwy via Bodlondeb and provides a safer route for pupils to get to school and for residents to get into the shops.”
For more information and to submit your views visit: conwy.commonplace.is
If don’t have access to the internet, send your views on particular locations to Active Travel, Environment, Roads and Facilities, PO Box 1, CONWY, LL30 9GN
Get involved and submit your comments by 25 June 2021.
Posted on 12/05/2021