Shetland "Active Travel Hubs"
Tuesday 15 November 2016
Shetland Islands Council is keen to hear views from the public on developing a network of ‘active travel hubs’ across Shetland. The study will explore options which could encourage more folk to walk or ride instead of using the car. The development of any ‘hubs’ would be linked wherever possible to existing public transport, such as buses and ferries. This survey will gauge views on issues such as the possibility of new ticketing and payment options, extending the existing smart card system, and the potential for extending the network of charge points for electric vehicles.
The survey is open until Sunday 4th December 2016 and is available online at: www.goo.gl/D6TmwI Paper copies are available at Shetland Library; the Council offices at 6 North Ness, Lerwick; or local SRT leisure centres.
(The Council issued a press release on this on Tuesday 15th November 2016)
Shetland Inter-Island Transport Study
06 December 2016
For more details, please see www.shetland.gov.uk/transport/siits.asp