In 2016, Regional Transport Partnership, HITRANS, appointed Ansons to determine whether there was scope to develop one or more low carbon travel hubs in Argyll and Bute using funding sourced through the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge (LCTT) fund.
In 2017, we developed a travel plan for East Lothian Council and in 2020, updated this plan. The evidence-based strategy was designed to help East Lothian Council generate more sustainable commuter travel patterns.
We developed a travel plan as a condition of the planning permission to extend and convert the Kingussie Court House into office space for staff, as well as a Council Service Point on behalf of the Highland Council.
East Lothian Council commissioned us to evaluate a range of behaviour change measures which were trialled during the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds 2015 Big Nature Festival in East Lothian.
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