Edinburgh Council publishes draft 10 year city mobility plan

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Edinburgh City Council has published its Draft City Mobility Plan which sets out a 10 year vision for mobility and transport in the city. The draft plan is said to rethink the way people, goods and services move around the city and is aligned to the forthcoming City Plan 2030, the Council’s second Local Development Plan, which aims to transform the city’s development to sustainably manage Edinburgh’s growth. The Mobility Plan looks to forward to the Council’s ambition of making Edinburgh carbon neutral by 2030 and responding to evolving demands.

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