Date and Time

Wed 9th June 2021, 11:00 – 12:00


Free for members



Visitor transport and its associated environmental impacts has always been a challenge for many Fit for the Future members.  How do you attract visitors whilst minimising car travel?  Can non-car travel become the preferred option?


As we emerge from the pandemic, fewer people are commuting, but more people are planning days out and holidays in the UK.   With a surge in interest in cycling and walking, visitor attractions and venues can help people enjoy healthier, greener days out by making train, bus, bike and foot the preferred options.


Fit for the Future is collaborating with Nat Taplin, Director of Good Journey to explore how you can cut your carbon footprint and open up access for all. Nat will lead this lively interactive one-hour seminar, sharing easy and effective ideas for greening visitor travel.


Book now to see how your organisation can turn visitor transport challenges into opportunities for reducing environmental impact whilst increasing visitor numbers.


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