Views sought on Edinburgh’s transport plans
VIEWS are being sought on several separate proposals about Edinburgh’s transport infrastructure.
The several proposals range across the likes of ‘active travel’ (here), public transport (here), parking (here) and air quality (here).
Says The City of Edinburgh Council, here: “Each of the plans sits under the emerging Circulation Plan and its associated Streetspace Allocation Framework, which underpin the transition towards a less congested, more liveable, healthy and sustainable capital.
“We’re now seeking feedback on all the plans collectively, including via an online survey, public drop-ins, focus group and key stakeholder discussions and a toolkit to support community involvement.”
The announcement adds: “The consultation will run until 9 July and outcomes will be reported to Transport and Environment Committee later this year, culminating in the finalisation of each plan.”
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