Healthy Travel Charter

Cardiff Healthy Travel Charter

A number of major public sector organisations in Cardiff committed in April 2019 to support and encourage their staff and visitors to their sites to use healthy modes of transport, by signing up to the Healthy Travel Charter.

The Charter contains 14 commitments for the period 2019-22, and was signed by 14 organisations at launch. Read more about why healthy travel is so important.

 

Current signatories

The following organisations have signed the Cardiff Healthy Travel Charter:

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Cardiff Council

Future Generations Commissioner for Wales

HM Prison and Probation

HM Revenue & Customs

National Assembly for Wales

National Museum for Wales

Natural Resources Wales

Public Health Wales

South Wales Fire and Rescue

South Wales Police

Sport Wales

Welsh Ambulance

Welsh Government

We are keen to support additional public sector organisations to make these commitments and hope to offer the Charter in future to leading private businesses, third sector organisations, and neighbouring local authority areas. If your organisation is interested in signing the Charter and joining the movement, or finding out more, please contact tom.porter@wales.nhs.uk

Communications toolkit

As part of the Charter we want to provide consistent evidence-based messages to staff and the public regarding healthy travel in Cardiff and have developed a communications toolkit, available below.

Related projects

Cardiff Council is always working on projects to improve travel for all modes, and is keen to make sure that everyone has the right opportunity to feedback their thoughts and ideas. This page brings you an opportunity to find out more about work in progress. Click on the links below to take a closer look.

Cardiff Car Free Day

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Transport Strategy

View Project

On Street Cycle Hire

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