Why Shared Travel?
By choosing shared travel, such as car-sharing, rail and bus travel, you are taking one more car off the road, a minor action which can make a major difference. Changing just one journey a week can benefit you and your family, helping you to cut costs, save time and reduce stress. Small changes in the way you travel can also benefit the wider environment in which you live, contributing to a reduction in noise, pollution, and congestion. If you are looking for some guidance, or a place to get further information do get in touch.
Let's Share Travel
Our travel choices all add up. If we each change just one journey a week to more sustainable travel, like shared travel, such as car-sharing, rail travel and bus travel, think of the difference that would make to our community. People from all around Limerick, are setting up online groups, where they inform, inspire and motivate each other, so that shared travel can become just that little bit easier. Show your support click ‘sign-up’.
A Rewarding Travel Routine.
At first, it may be difficult to change your travel pattern, to make more of your everyday journeys using shared travel, such as car-sharing, rail travel and bus travel. After the initial leap it could take some getting used to. If you want to use your car a little less, Limerick Smarter Travel is here to let you know help is at hand, to remind you that the benefits to your well-being, pocket, and to the environment can last a lifetime. For support please contact the team at 061 407 453 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please do get in touch.
Contact: Lise-Ann Sheahan
Telephone: 061 407501
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