Argyll and Bute Council have commissioned Jacobs Engineering to undertake an audit of walking and cycling routes across Argyll and Bute.
Jacobs want to hear from you to understand the problems and barriers you have experienced when walking and cycling, and to discuss your ideas about the opportunities available to improve local walking and cycling provisions.
You are invited to attend a drop-in session at Aros Hall (Tobermory) on Thursday 13 June which will run between 2pm and 7.30pm.
This event is free and open to everyone. It will be an opportunity for you to shape the way Argyll & Bute Council understands the local walking and cycling routes, and your insights will enable the delivery of future improvements which listen to and cater for local people. The aim is to deliver a cohesive network that fully understands user needs and is of a consistent quality across the board.
For those unable to attend the public drop-in session, please contact Ellen Kane (Jacobs Transport Planner) with any issues you would like to raise at Ellen.Kane@Jacobs.com. In addition to the audits already undertaken on Mull and following feedback from stakeholders and the public survey, we will be undertaking an on-site audit between Craignure and Fionnphort on the morning of Thursday 13 June and would be happy to discuss particular issues on this section either in advance via email or in person. If you would like to meet us in person, please email Ellen Kane.