TravelWest offers transport options

December 22 2014

SUPPORTING businesses affected by the Residents' Parking Scheme by offering alternative, more sustainable ways of getting to work, is transport initiative TravelWest.

SUPPORTING businesses affected by the Residents' Parking Scheme by offering alternative, more sustainable ways of getting to work, is transport initiative TravelWest.
Advisors based in Redland provide employers and their staff with information on various travel options, for example public transport, cycling, park and ride, and care share information.
For employees, TravelWest offer one-to-one personalised travel planning, free adult cycle lessons and free bike loans, free City Car Club annual memberships, motorcycle confidence training, as well as free taster tickets for buses and park and ride.
Business owners receive First Bus and City Car Club corporate discounts, free bike maintenance for staff, as well as an opportunity to apply for match-funded grants to encourage sustainable travel to the workplace.
By introducing businesses to alternative methods of transport, TravelWest aaims to build healthier, and more productive workforces, save money for traders and their staff, boost their corporate image, and improve local air quality.
For more information about TravelWest visit: www.travelwest.info.
For enquiries about how they can help your business, email sara.sloman@bristol.gov.uk or jacob.pryor@bristol.gov.uk, quoting RPS in the subject line.