RCT Council want young people to have their say on the current walking and cycling routes in Rhondda Cynon Taf, as well as your aspirations for future improvements, by taking part in the Council’s latest Active Travel consultation.
In October 2020, Cabinet agreed for the Council to undertake a further extensive public engagement exercise into its future Active Travel plans – as Members acknowledged the economic, health and environmental benefits of residents walking and cycling more often, as part of their daily routines.
The consultation will help the Council update its Integrated Network Map, which sets out the aspirations for investment in Active Travel over the next 15 years – for submission to Welsh Government during December 2021.
By using an interactive map, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is one of the local authorities working with Welsh Government to make it easier for people to tell their council where existing routes need to be improved, and where new routes could be created.
You can now take part in the consultation online at https://rhonddacynontaf.commonplace.is/.
It includes an interactive map which invites residents to share opinions about local walking and cycling paths in communities, and to let the Council know how they would like to see improvements made or new provision created. You are able to use a ‘pin’ on the consultation tool to highlight on a map the precise locations where your comments are referring to.
This consultation will close on Friday, February 12, 2021.