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Warwick District Council

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… Transport In 2017, nearly a third of Warwick’s total CO2 emissions (32.9%) came from transport and mostly road transport from cars, vans, lorries and buses. Action is needed to reduce car journeys, increase cycling and walking, and improve public transport and more low emission vehicles. Such action will achieve better air quality, mobility and health for citizens. Actions could…

… congestion in the traditional ways  Develop and implement policies that will deliver improved net zero carbon building standards - subject to national policy  Consider how town centres can develop as a focus for communities – for leisure, work and retail – and ensure these are accessible by means other than the private car  Ensure that green open spaces and cycle / pedestrian pathways…

… with WCC to provide suitable re- charging points  Promote modal transport shifts from the use of cars to cycling, walking and public transport through increase of safe routes and encouraging work-based changing facilities where locations permit  Engage local employers and encourage the introduction and investment in Green Travel Plans promoting low emission commuting schemes, best practice…

… shift in transport to include electric vehicles, sustainable public transport, cycling and walking. Item 6 / Page 32 WDC Climate Emergency Action Programme ~ Executive Summary FINAL ~ 31.1.2020 Item 6 / Page 33 …


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