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« on: April 16, 2018, 11:15:38 am »

TravelWatch SouthWest General meeting - Saturday 6th October - Taunton.

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A representative from each user group, and individuals with interests that don't come under any particular group umbrella, are all welcome - prior invites and registration required, but it is free of charge.   

The directors of TravelWatch are very much aware that being a co-ordinating umbrella for lots of groups, there's a tendency for each group to send along one of their "senior" (old  Grin ) members, meaning that at general meetings the average age is far higher than you'll see on a typical train (mind you, it may be an accurate profile for late morning on a town bus service!).  So for this next general meeting we'll be encouraging each organisation to bring along a second member, and we'll ask the organisations to select their second representative with a view into the future - the sort of people who'll be getting around in the late 2020s and 2030s, when transport and mobility will be so very different from what we have today.   With some transport planning being on cycles as long as 60 years, now is the time for the users of the 2030s to be making informed representations about how they'll be wishing to travel.

TransWilts Rail - Linking North to West and South 9 times a day. [see here]
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