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Active Travel Route Planning
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03/01/2024

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Active Travel Route Planning

Argyll and Bute Council have commissioned Connected Transport Planning to undertake a feasibility study in consideration of an active travel route from the Rothesay Pavilion to the Albert Pier car park.

The designs will deliver continuous, high-quality walking, wheeling and cycling improvements along the A844 Victoria Street linking Rothesay Pavilion with Rothesay Ferry Terminal and Rothesay Town Centre, the planned active travel route to the Rothesay Joint Campus (due to undertake Technical Design during November 2023 to March 2024) and the Albert Pier.

The project is funded through HITRANS Active Travel Design funding and Scottish Government Cycling Walking and Safer Routes funding. The main aim of the project is to connect people and places through sustainable modes of transport (walking, cycling and wheeling) creating the opportunity for a cleaner environment and a healthier lifestyle.

For more information, email forbes.watson@connectedtp.com