New Money to Promote Chilterns Cycleway

posted 7 Nov 2012, 14:36 by Eli Kling
A consortium of organisations has been awarded a grant of £868,000 by the Department for Transport. to increase car-free tourism and commuting in gateway towns of the Chilterns. The money will be used over a three year period to invest in improved cycle links, better signage on cycling routes, more cycle parking and the provision of bike hire facilities. The project will be managed by the CTC who have just issued an advert and job description for the post of Senior Officer for the Chilterns Sustainable Gateways project.


Don't get excited, Wendover is not part of this project. However Tring and Berkhamsted are included and later this year there is to be a workshop with local interested parties to explore how the objects of the project can be achieved in that area.
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