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Moving forward with shared transport and mobility hubs in Scotland

With proposed Alloa Active Travel Hub as case study
25 March 2021 at 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM / Scotland / Central Scotland / Online

25 March 2021 at 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
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RTPI Central Scotland | [email protected]

This webinar forms part of our RTPI Online series and is brought to you by the RTPI Central Scotland Chapter.

The event will outline the theory behind Active Travel Hubs, highlighting the elements that can be included and giving examples from Europe. It will then describe a recent application for an Active Travel Hub in Alloa, presented by the case officer, see below.

Presentations by:

Marian Marsh Senior Development Officer (Scotland) CoMoUK (National charity for the public benefit of shared mobility). CoMoUK is playing a leading role in the UK’s transition to integrated mobility solutions designed for the public good. CoMoUK supports the development of shared modes of transport including car clubs and bike share.

Grant Baxter, Principal Planner, is the case officer for the Active Travel Hub planning application at Maple Court, Alloa (20/00273/FULL, approved 25th January 2021).

Core CPD Framework

Infrastructure Planning & Economic Development

By attending this event you can:

  • Identify and understand all of the different elements which can make up mobility hubs
  • Learn from case studies across Europe and the UK
  • Consider how mobility hubs can be implemented in the Scottish context

Health & Inclusive Planning

By attending this event you can learn how to:

  • Examine the links between mobility hubs and NPF4 outcomes
  • Consider the re-use of the public realm
  • Identify the inclusiveness benefits of mobility hubs