Active travel and sustainable transport
Welcome to the Active Travel and Sustainable Transport page.
We are focusing on people powered travel and are looking at ways to encourage and improve the safe, active and sustainable transport in the Riverside Area.
We want to identify and investigate travel issues and propose ways to resolve them with the hope of improving the quality of life for those who, live, work in, and visit Riverside.
Ideally this will all contribute to reducing congestion and pollution, improving health and the public realm.
Here you will find a table of reported AT&ST issues, minutes of our previous meetings, and detail of upcoming events.
We want your opinions on what's good and what needs improvement. To share your thought or to join the group, e-mail us here.
Riverside Community Council's Active Travel and Sustainable Travel group applied for, and were successful in securing funding from Path's For All Smarter Choices, Smarter Places.
The Travel Light projects plans to:
Your opinions are important to us and we'd love to hear what you think. For more information and to complete our 10 minute survey visit :
Running until 31st January 2021
Download a copy here.
The Active Travel Day is most likely being postponed until early Spring 2021 at the earliest. If you have any ideas for alternative activities in place of an Active Travel Day eg Active Travel Community Challenge, then please let us know.
We are also looking for volunteers to do pollution monitoring. We have the kit and we can show you how to use it. The data will be analysed by the university student.
And finally, we would love to hear your views and ideas for promoting Active Travel in Riverside, and/or comments on the project so far!
Due to COVID restrictions our meetings are currently postponed.
Riverside Primary School
Enjoy some of Riverside Primary School's pupils fantastic suggestions for Lover's Walk.
We've been working with Wallace High and Riverside Primary School to find out about the challenges and suggestions they may have. We also welcomed some of the primary's Road Safely Officers to our drop in to get their comments about their travel experiences in Riverside.