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York’s draft Local Transport Strategy – what it could mean for disabled and older people
January 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFREE but booking required - see entry for details
Please join the York Disability Rights Forum (YDRF) for a FREE online information sharing and discussion meeting about York’s draft Local Transport Strategy* by booking at http://tinyurl.com/YorkDraftLTS. In particular they will discuss their safety concerns for disabled and older people regarding the proposed use of continuous cycle lanes. They will show film examples of continuous cycle lanes and draw on experiences from other parts of the UK and beyond.
YDRF have also produced a leaflet that explains and shows the safety concerns for disabled and older people.
YDRF welcomes your thoughts and input about the proposed strategy and what it could mean for disabled and older people. They understand that some people can’t make online meetings and are really sorry that they are unable to also present in-person. But do please share your thoughts with them by email at email@example.com; by leaving them a voicemail message at 01904 326781 and they’ll call you back or write to them c/o Centre for Applied Human Rights, 6 Innovation Close, York YO10 5ZF
BSL interpreter and Zoom automated captions will be available at the event.
BOOK WITH TICKET TAILOR VIA http://tinyurl.com/YorkDraftLTS
*City of York Council are consulting on the draft Local Transport Strategy until 4th February. You can read about it at https://www.york.gov.uk/BigTransportConversation, get paper copies at local libraries (include mobile libraries), at ward and parish meetings and at West Offices or by phoning 01904 551550, and go to workshops happening from January onwards.