Our Local Transport Strategy outlines our objectives to promote sustainable forms of travel. This is done through activities and initiatives including developing new walking and cycling infrastructure, promoting public transport, car sharing, efficient driving techniques and the use of electric vehicles.
We also promote the use of Travel Plans for businesses and schools. These are sometimes required as a planning condition for new developments. If you would like to learn more about travel plans, the Essential Guide to Travel Planning (pdf) is a good source of information.
There are a number of electric vehicle charging points spread throughout Moray, for more details about locations and charging times please visit chargeyourcar.org.uk.
Find out more about Moray's new electric bus. For a comfortable, environmentally-friendly journey, try mconnect
Speyside Low Carbon Hub
The ‘Speyside Low Carbon hub’ project was awarded funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund, and Transport Scotland.
The hub and path project is sited in the heart of Scotland's Speyside area. The project aims to make a step change in the use of low carbon transport modes in a number of different ways. Further information can be found at the Speyside low Carbon Hub webpage
A School Street is a road outside a school with a temporary restriction on motorised traffic at school drop-off and pick-up times. The restriction applies to school traffic and through traffic. The result is a safer, healthier and pleasant environment for everyone.
School Street schemes offer a proactive solution for school communities to tackle air pollution, poor health and road danger reduction. A School Street scheme will encourage a healthier lifestyle and active travel to school for families and lead to a better environment for everyone.Further information can be found at the School Streets webpage
Sustainable Travel Officer
The Moray Council
Council Office, High Street