Planning healthy and inclusive places for Oxfordshire

Catch up on guest speaker Dr Kay Inckle of Wheels for Wellbeing’s talk on inclusive active travel at the CoHSAT online conference in April 2022.

A woman using a handcycle on a quiet road
Image: CoHSAT

Oxfordshire’s Coalition for Healthy Streets and Active Travel (CoHSAT) hosted its third annual conference on Monday 25 April. The online event explored the importance and challenges of active travel for all, and shared the findings from CoHSAT’s latest projects on School Travel, Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and 15 Minute Neighbourhoods.

If you missed the event, you can view a recording here:

Read the reports featured in the conference:

Recording: Planning Healthy and Inclusive Places Conference
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