Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council is encouraging people living or working in villages and towns across the borough to share their views to inform a masterplan for enhancing active travel.
For those who live, work or visit any of the small settlements areas, we want your views to shape a new active travel masterplan.
Small Settlement Areas: Aghagallon, Bleary, Dollingstown, Donaghcloney, Gilford, Keady, Laurelvale/Mullavilly, Magheralin, Markethill, Rathfriland, Richhill, Tandragee and Waringstown.
Active travel means making journeys in physically active ways so whether that be walking to school, cycling to work, or visiting local amenities, you are invited to participate in a short online survey to share your thoughts, comments and views.
People who live, work or visit the areas are encouraged to give their views on the challenges they face from increasing their active travel, such as footpaths, crossings and pavements, linkages to local amenities, wayfinding signage and accessibility for pram and wheelchair users.
The consultation and masterplan development is a funded project under the wider Covid Recovery Small Settlement Regeneration Programme to enhance active travel infrastructure in smaller settlements across the borough. Funding has been awarded by the Department for Communities, Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and Department for Infrastructure.
Share your views by completing the short online survey here: Active Travel Consultation.
The public consultation will close on Friday 10th March 2023.