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Active Travel Consultation

We’re working with SCP Transport to identify strengths, opportunities, and barriers to active travel in your area (active travel can be walking, cycling or wheeling (using a scooter)).

As a Mid Ulster resident, your views on active travel provide valuable insights which will be used to inform a new Active Travel Masterplan for the District.

Active Travel includes any form of travelling which is physically active; this could be walking, running, cycling or wheeling. We’re aiming to provide greater opportunities for people to travel actively for as many journeys as possible – to work, to the supermarket, to a GP appointment, taking the kids to school, for leisure or for outdoor exercise.

Responding to the consultation

We would like to hear your feedback on travel in your local area, understand more about how you are currently travelling and get your views on what changes you would like to see.

To do so, you are invited to participate in a short survey to share your thoughts, comments and views.

You are welcome to have more than one person in your household complete the survey, if you would like. There is a comment box at the bottom of the survey for you to provide additional comments or suggestions on Active Travel in your area. We will make every effort to review and consider comments and suggestions made. 

Share your views by completing the short survey online, or print a copy from the same location, fill in and return to a local Council office or by post to: 

Dungannon Park
8 Ballynorthland Demesne
Moy Road
BT71 6BT 

Hard copies will also be available at Dungannon Park and completed forms can be left at Dungannon Park for collection.

You can also request alternative formats or email your feedback directly to  using the subject heading: ‘Response to Council Active Travel Consultation’.

The public consultation will close on Thursday 30 May 2024 at 5pm. 

What happens next? 

The results of the consultation will feed into the Council’s Active Travel Masterplan, which is due to be published by the end of this financial year.