Snowdonia National Park in North Wales attracts around 4.5 million visitors a year, with over 90% arriving by car. This puts significant pressure on local transport infrastructure and affects communities and businesses.
Issues were exacerbated during Covid-19 during Summer 2020. The Snowdonia National Park Authority commissioned a review to address these transport issues with a recommendation to implement a 'Transport Framework' with technology at its core.
The aim is to reduce parking in the inner area of the Park and support sustainable transport options. A network of high quality zero-emission shuttle bus services will provide links between designated locations and centres. These plans are supported by strategic partners such as the Welsh Government, Local Authorities and Natural Resources Wales.
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LEADER Local Development Fund
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