Rail commuters’ input needed by council

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RAIL users have been invited to discuss how access to a station can be improved.

Hampshire County Council is inviting regular commuters, occasional rail travellers and all those with an interest in Havant station to a workshop on February 13, starting at 6pm.

Through the workshop, the council aims to understand issues relating to accessing the station and to find out what measures people think would help and encourage them to get to the station by walking, cycling, taking the bus or by car sharing.

It is part of a campaign called My Journey, to encourage people to leave the car at home and travel in other, more sustainable ways to reduce carbon and greenhouse gas emissions.

The plans will help to inform planning and investment decisions for local transport infrastructure in the future.

The workshop will be held in Room CR1, Hollybank Room at Havant Public Service Plaza, Civic Centre Road, Havant and is part of the County Council’s Station Travel Plan work.

Anyone who would like to attend the workshop is asked to register first by calling 0845 603 5633 or by emailing myjourney@hants.gov.uk.

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