Whilst development of station travel plans has become established practice since the introduction of the ATOC pilots in 2008, the role and purpose of Station Travel Plans (STPs) is ever changing. When STPs were first introduced nearly 10 years ago the focus was concentrated on mode shift away from car use to reach the station, and on detailed data gathering and evaluation. Although these elements are still important, the STP tool has transitioned into a more comprehensive approach, focusing on the overall role of the station in the local community, and how the STP can be use effectively to reach suppressed rail markets.
This course will help delegates get back to basics around how station travel plans can be developed and delivered, whilst looking at some of the innovative approaches being employed across the UK, including a glimpse at some of the international approaches to station travel planning and placemaking. The course will also cover the important area of legacy and how to ensure that partnership working set up through the STP development phase can be converted into long term action and commitment. Participants will also be able to develop their own station travel plan approach and action plan.
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