London Northwestern Railway are seeking views to inform the development of station travel plans for Hemel Hempstead, as well as for Tring and Cheddington train stations.
They would like to hear from both users and non-users.
Here’s the link to the Hemel Hempstead train station survey: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/Hemel-LNR/
Tring train station survey https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/TringLNR/
and Cheddington train station survey https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/CheddingtonLNR/
A station travel plan is a strategy for managing the travel options of customers going to and from the station, with the aim of reducing their environmental impact.
To lessen local road congestion and air pollution it will encourage people to walk, cycle, car share and use public transport to access the station.
Typically a station travel plan will include:
- Personalised or individualised travel planning
- Public transport information and marketing
- Promotion of car clubs and car sharing schemes
A Station Travel Plan can bring together all the stakeholders with an interest in rail stations (rail industry, local authorities, passenger groups, bus and taxi operators, cyclists and others) to develop and agree common objectives and a coordinated approach to delivering them.