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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Local Sustainable Transport Measures in Response to Covid19

In addition to general comments on our Active Travel Network we are also seeking input into sustainable transport measures in response to Covid-19. We welcome suggestions that will enable safe social distancing and ideas to support the positive shift to more sustainable travel habits that we have seen during lockdown. If you have any ideas that relate to this please select the Covid-19 option on question 4 when adding your comment to the consultation above.

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Record number of journeys

We have recorded 1,653,228 Active Travel journeys since 2017. This equates to 4,986,748 km. Equal to 124.4 times around the world! We have seen a 8.2% increase from 2018 to 2019.

Cycle parking and shelters at schools

Did you know that we have provided cycle parking and shelters at schools from the funds of Safe Routes in Communities.

How do we commute?

77% of people in Carmarthenshire commute by car, 0.78% commute by bike and 9.5% commute by foot. Our aim is to see an increase in the number of commutes by bike and foot.

Latest Active Travel improvements

We have carried out Active Travel improvements across the county. An example of this is the Dafen Park to Prince Phillip Hospital link, as shown in the image.

How far do we commute?

21% of commutes in Carmarthenshire are below 2km, 36% commutes are below 5km, 48.5% of commutes are below 10km. We encourage you to commute as much as possible by bike/foot.

Contact Us

If you have any queries about cycling / walking in Carmarthenshire get in touch.