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bike schemeTransport Insights has produced a note providing advice about Travel Plans; what they are, who they are of interest to and why should you develop one?  It describes the approach, characteristics and benefits of a Travel Plan, focusing on the balance of development and implementation, and how this relates to the rewards of success and risks of failure.  The note also provides useful links to best-practice guidance and other valuable behavioural change resources, as produced by the National Transport Authority‚Äôs Smarter Travel team.
Travel Plans, also called Mobility Management Plans or Commuter Strategies, seek to promote active travel (walking and cycling) and public transport, and reduce car use, through a targeted and integrated package of measures.  How can my organisation benefit from a Travel Plan?
The advice note can be found here.
DSC 0225 1Fingal County Council has recently announced the grant of planning permission for the redevelopment of Bayside Shopping Centre in Dublin 13.  The planned mixed-use redevelopment of the site comprises a retail food store, ancillary retail units, medical centre, gym, creche, offices, restaurant, cafe, in addition to new residential dwellings. 
Working as part of the Client's planning and architectural team, Transport Insights assessed the traffic, parking and transport impacts of the development proposal in support of the planning application.
Commenting on the Council's decision, Transport Insights' Project Manager, Eoin Munn said "Fingal County Council's decision to grant permission for redevelopment of the shopping centre is warmly welcomed, and reflects both the centre owner's determination to see the complex reinvigorated and the overall quality of the submission from the project team."

IMG 1047 v1.1Transport Insights has recently been been commissioned by NUI Galway to update the University Travel Plan for the period 2015-2020.  The Plan will seek to accommodate the travel needs of staff and students at the University through promotion and facilitation of more sustainable travel choices, and simultaneously support delivery of the University's Master Plan.

Commenting on the appointment, Transport Insights' Managing Director, Ciaran McKeon said "building on Transport Insights' extensive recent sustainable travel planning and behavioural change experience in educational and commercial sectors, we are delighted to have been appointed by NUI Galway to undertake this exciting commission."