During lockdown, many of us have been walking, cycling or running more, and perhaps taken up one of these activities for the first time. As lockdown continues to ease, perhaps we can continue to adopt these forms of travel during our commute and working day.
In week 8 of Public Health Wales’ public engagement survey ‘How are we doing in Wales?’, 64 percent of people considered less travel resulting in less pollution to be one of the positive long-term impacts of Coronavirus.
In addition to cleaner air, the benefits of active travel are clear:
Below you will find web-links to a range of services for cycling, alongside the Welsh Government’s guidance on travel during COVID-19, which we hope will be of some help to you as we all plan socially-distanced travel.
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As part of Wellbeing Wednesday, we are running fortnightly features where you’re involved in the ideas behind the content.
This week, we asked you for your tips for active travel for your regular commute or what you plan on doing to travel actively when you return to your work base – here are some of your responses.