Kent County Council’s (KCC) Active Travel Strategy aims to make active travel an attractive and realistic choice for short journeys in Kent. By developing and promoting accessible, safer and well-planned active travel opportunities, this Strategy will help to establish Kent as a pioneering county for active travel.
Active Travel means walking or cycling as a means of transport in order to get to a particular destination such as work, the shops or to visit friends. It does not cover walking and cycling done purely for pleasure, for health reasons, or simply walking the dog. Active travel can be for complete journeys or parts of a journey.
More people travelling actively can lead to a range of positive outcomes. These include improved health, reduced traffic congestion, reduced pollution and financial savings.
Have your say
KCC want to know what you think of their draft Active Travel Strategy, and the ambition and actions outlined within it.
The draft Strategy is available to download from the ‘Consultation Documents’ section below. Please let KCC know your thoughts by completing the online questionnaire (via the ‘Respond to this Consultation’ section). The draft Strategy and questionnaire are also available in Word.
KCC have published a copy of their Equality Impact Assessment (EqIA) for you to read and make comments on via the consultation questionnaire.
Hard copies and alternative formats of any of the consultation material can be requested via email email@example.com or telephone 03000 421553 (text relay service 18001 03000 421553). This number goes to an answer machine, which is monitored during office hours.
This consultation will run for eight weeks from the 18 May to 13 July 2016.
Your views will help to shape the final Strategy, which will be presented to the Environment and Transport Cabinet Committee in November 2016.
- Active Travel Strategy – Consultation Draft
16 May 2016 14:01, 378 KB
- Active Travel Strategy – Consultation Draft (Word version)
17 May 2016 22:43, 849 KB
- Consultation Stage Equality Impact Assessment – PDF version
13 May 2016 10:19, 78 KB
- Consultation Stage Equality Impact Assessment – Word version
13 May 2016 10:20, 110 KB
- Annexe 1 – Policy Context (PDF version)
17 May 2016 14:46, 77 KB
- Annexe 1 – Policy Context (Word version)
17 May 2016 14:47, 32 KB
- Annexe 2 – Benefits of Active Travel (PDF version)
17 May 2016 14:52, 83 KB
- Annexe 2 – Benefits of Active Travel (Word version)
17 May 2016 14:52, 71 KB
- Annexe 3 – Engagement Workshops (PDF version)
17 May 2016 14:54, 19 KB
- Annexe 3 – Engagement Workshops (Word version)
17 May 2016 14:55, 21 KB
- Promotional Postcard
16 May 2016 10:35, 251 KB
- Promotional Poster
16 May 2016 10:34, 937 KB
- Consultation Questionnaire (Word version)
The consultation questionnaire should be completed online via the ‘Respond to this Consultation’ section below. Alternatively complete this Word version and return by post or e-mail.
17 May 2016 22:36, 63 KB
Respond to this Consultation
|Name||Active Travel Strategy|
|Description||KCC’s Active Travel Strategy aims to make active travel an attractive and realistic choice for short journeys in Kent. Tell us your views on our draft Strategy.|
|Dates||From 18 May 2016 at 09:00 to 13 Jul 2016 at 23:59.|
|Consulting Organisation Type||Kent County Council|
|Consulting Organisation Name||Kent County Council|
|District / Borough areas affected by the consultation||Ashford, Canterbury, Dartford, Dover, Gravesham, Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Shepway, Swale, Thanet, Tonbridge & Malling, Tunbridge Wells|
|Consultation Topic||General interest, Environment and countryside, Healthcare and public health, Traffic, transport and roads|
|Consultation Methods||Online survey / questionnaire / forms, Other survey / questionnaire / forms, Open responses (e.g. letters and email)|
|Contact Details||Email us at: Activetravel@kent.gov.uk|