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Adur District Council

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… quality, supporting wildlife and providing beautiful places for the enjoyment of residents, visitors and wildlife. TRANSPORT Our aim is for Adur and Worthing to be a place where people feel safe and secure to walk or cycle, use zero emission public transport or car share options and minimise the amount of traffic and pollution in our towns…

… of their ‘Green Travel Plan’, Western Sussex Hospitals Trust have introduced a free Park & Ride service between their hospital sites. This has significantly reduced the number of vehicles travelling between sites and made more parking available on sites for patients. TTW Transport Group This group has tackled air quality and promoted the use of public transport

… a preferred choice of cycling over car use especially for shorter journeys across Adur and Worthing. ● Build partnerships between transport providers and community organisations to promote public transport whilst they move towards zero-carbon targets, for example by having all buses running fully electric. ● Enable mass bicycle events, cycle training for adults…

… and nicer environments. In 2030 we want most people to choose walking and cycling for short journeys and to get into our towns. Adur and Worthing has shifted largely to electric vehicles, with good supporting infrastructure through a network of accessible charging points, sharing car schemes and with joined up public transport choices. SHARED…

… ourselves. This use also applies to business and industrial buildings, adding to our areas overall carbon footprint. Transport and waste make up the remaining bulk of emissions. We can reduce our energy demand by insulating our homes and choosing efficient appliances and goods. We can choose to install renewable technologies or use green energy suppliers, walk…

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