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Join us for this event to learn about and discuss the forthcoming update of the Active Travel Design and Delivery Guidance. Both statutory documents were originally published in 2014 to complement the Active Travel (Wales) Act.
The Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport will be attending and speaking at the event. Adrian Lord, Associate Director at Phil Jones Associates will also be presenting.
This event is for all those involved or interested in the planning, design and delivery of active travel infrastructure, as well as anybody whose work intersects with active travel modes, for example as part of highway or integrated transport schemes, in land use planning, housing, urban design, or regeneration schemes in Wales.
It will provide an opportunity to share experience for those who have used the existing Guidance and learn what changes are being proposed and consulted on. You will learn and discuss how the different parts of the Guidance and its associated tools can support you in your work.
Associate Director at Phil Jones Associates
Adrian is a member of the DfT cycle proofing working group and is retained as infrastructure advisor to British Cycling. He acts as technical lead for all the work PJA carries out in the design of cycle infrastructure, and the development of cycle strategies. In this capacity he has led the current review of the Welsh Active Travel Design Guidance, originally published in 2014.
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