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This guidance document seeks to ensure that accessibility is embedded in all decisions affecting the provision, location, design and delivery of services. It provides advice on the principles and approaches that can guide local transport authorities when undertaking accessibility planning. Objectives: For accessibility to be considered in the widest possible context, and in particular how it should be incorporated into subsequent LTPs. Promote social inclusion by tackling the accessibility problems experienced by those in disadvantaged groups and areas. To help to meet the health, education, and welfare to work agendas. To help to promote sustainable development, regeneration, neighbourhood renewal, and improve opportunities in rural areas. To tackle crime and fear of crime that affect people's willingness to travel to access the jobs and key services that they need. Now full guidance.
informatino no the City Car club including an application form to join the scheme
leaflet explaining the ticket changes affecting some of the Linkbus network from the 1st March 2015
Presentation for Nottingham Businesses
travel smart and be seen leaflet, 5 steps to cycle safety
This is an archive of the Cycle City website, which was taken offline 05/06/2018.