Seaford Active Travel Map wins the Transport Planning Society Award

Seaford Head School won the People's Award at the Transport Planning Day 2019. The award was presented to the secondary school for giving new students the confidence to walk and cycle to school. The Active Travel Map was created using Pindar Creative's map design services.

It was designed to provide a useful resource for students moving from primary school, who will be making these journeys for the first time this year. Living Streets, the UK charity behind the Walk to School campaign, worked with enthusiastic Year 8 students and school governors to develop maps of the easiest and safest routes to school, including safe places to cross roads, walking routes and cycling routes.

The aim is to empower students and their families to take more independent, healthier and sustainable journeys to and from school. This also helps to reduce congestion, road danger and air pollution, whilst ensuring children are more active.

The awards are run by the Transport Planning Society, a professional body for transport planners in the UK, and recognise transport planning initiatives that help people live healthier, low carbon lifestyles. It aims to highlight good practice in putting people at the heart of transport plans.



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