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NR objects to active travel routes that cross railways

ACTIVE TRAVEL

Rhodri Clark
29 September 2017

 

Caerphilly County Borough Council is hoping that the next Wales and Borders rail franchisee may not share Network Rail’s opposition to active travel routes over level crossings.

The Active Travel (Wales) Act  obliges all 22 unitary authorities in Wales to plan and implement networks of walking and cycling routes. By 3 November they must submit to the Welsh Government their Integrated Network Maps (INMs), outlining route proposals for the next 15 years. 

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