East Lothian on the Move - the route to smarter travel

Closed 18 Nov 2015

Opened 24 Aug 2015

Results updated 30 Oct 2015



East Lothian Council, in association with the county’s 6 Area Partnerships, is running a series of consultation and action planning events as part of its wider ‘East Lothian on the Move’ active and sustainable transport initiative.

We are starting the process of with a series of 6 community events across the county one for each of the ward areas. In each town there will be a drop-in consultation running throughout the afternoon, followed by a presentation and workshop from 6:30pm.

The East Lothian on the Move events will take place on:
  • 27th August – 3-8pm – North Berwick Community Centre
  • 1st Sept – 3-8pm – Fraser Centre, Tranent
  • 2nd Sept – 3-8pm – Bleachingfield Centre, Dunbar
  • 3rd Sept - 3-8pm – St Andrews High Church, Musselburgh
  • 7th Sept – 3-8pm – John Gray Centre, Haddington
  • 10th Sept – 3-8pm – Port Seton Centre
Each event offers the opportunity to have your say on travel in the county; learn more about some of the active and sustainable travel initiatives and choices available and influence long term plans for travel in East Lothian.
More details will be available shortly, along with an on-line survey.

Why your views matter

East Lothian Council is currently developing a Local Transport Strategy which will outline how the county’s travel network will develop over the coming years. An important part of this will be how to improve active and sustainable travel throughout East Lothian and we are keen to engage with communities across the county to learn more about how best to achieve this.

To do this we have appointed Peter Brett Associates LLP to engage with a wide variety of local residents, businesses and organisations to find out their views on current travel choices and the changes they would like to see in their communities.



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