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Active Travel – Integrated Network Maps Consultation

The Active Travel Act came into effect in Wales in September 2014. This means that local authorities in Wales have to map and create transport networks that look at the needs of all non-car users.

The Welsh Government has asked us to find out how easy you find travelling around your neighbourhood without a car. We are trying to encourage people to be more active when making shorter journeys and wish to know how we could make this option more attractive to you.

After completing our Active Travel Existing Routes map in 2016, Isle of Anglesey County Council has done further work on developing its draft Active Travel Integrated Network map, and we look forward to receiving your views on the maps.

Integrated Network Map Consultation

Anglesey Council are now in a period of public consultation on the Draft Integrated Network Maps (INM) for the 7 settlements agreed with the Welsh Government.

We are keen to hear your views on the draft INM, and would be grateful to receive your comments by the end of the 12 week consultation period; 14th August 2018.

The draft Integrated Network Maps will then be submitted for approval to the Welsh Government at the end of August 2018.

Please see the draft maps below.

If you would like further information regarding the consultation or regarding Active Travel, please contact us by emailing us at:


Contact the Policy Unit

Chief Executive's Office
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
Tel: 01248 752140
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