Sustainable Tourism

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.

Project details

Funding amount:
£20,000
Funding source:
LEADER Local Development Fund
Area:
Gwynedd
Completion:
Theme:
3
Measure:
19.2

Contact:

Name:
Elin Parry
Telephone number:
01766514057
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