Ennis Pedestrian Friendly and Park & Stride Assessment
Ennis Chamber participated this week in a workshop to contribute to ongoing ‘Ennis Pedestrian Friendly and Park & Stride Assessment’, led by Clare County Council and its appointed consultants Momentum.
Clare County Council are working with the National Transport Authority with the aim to advance active travel measures in Ennis town and to develop Ennis into a pedestrian friendly destination, on behalf of Clare County Council.
Objectives of the assessment
The assessment and its findings will feed into a sustainable mobility policy for Ennis to align with best national and international practice and policy, including the Government’s ‘Sustainable Mobility Policy’ produced by the Department of Transport whose vision is to connect people and places with sustainable mobility that is safe, green, accessible and efficient
It will also align with the Department of Environment ‘Climate Action Plan 2021’ which seeks to achieve a 51% reduction in overall greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 through:
More detailed feedback on the workshop, its objectives and implications will be provided to Ennis Chamber members via the CEO weekly report (email) on Friday February 4th