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Ribble Valley Borough Council

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… mobility is so central to present lifestyles. Initiatives such as increased (continued) home working and promotion of public transport will need consideration. Figure 10: Transport hierarchy Ribble Valley faces the issues associated with its rural nature, namely poor accessibility, high dependence on the private car and a meagre public transport network. Traffic congestion is not a widespread…

… problem, but there is conflict between pedestrians and traffic in shopping centres. Public transport plays a vital role in many parts of the dispersed community. Despite the high level of car ownership, 13% of households do not possess a car. Great care is required to identify and meet the travel needs of the people who have neither a car nor access to conventional bus services, and services…

… the amount of bottled water consumed each year Medium term 25 Objective: Reduce transport emissions Action Comments Targets Conduct a review of cycling provision to identify opportunities for employees and visitors to the borough Medium term Investigate preferential parking charges for cleaner and electric vehicles Medium term Promote sustainable transport Education…

… around the transport hierarchy to encourage both staff and residents to make good decisions Medium term Use the Local Plan to ensure new developments have good access to public transport infrastructure Medium term Use the council’s influence to encourage renewable energy and/or other sustainable technology at landmark developments. Medium term The Council as a community…


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