REAP members have interested in themselves in all forms of transport – particularly walking, buses and cycling.
Our aim is to reduce everyone's local carbon footprint by encouraging walking and cycling as well as greater use of public transport.
Leeds City Council is consulting on its draft Transport Strategy. REAP has submitted a response to that strategy. You can read that response here.
Karshare - An innovative scheme connecting car owners to car renters Karshare provides a platform for car owners to connect with those in their community who wish to rent cars, providing an opportunity for the car owner to earn extra income, too.
Helping people to reduce their carbon footprint through car sharing, this scheme is entirely community-led using smart technology and a contactless process.
Transport is the largest contributor to CO2 emissions in the UK. Car sharing can help mitigate this.
Cars today are only used on average 4% of the time which is a highly inefficient use of resources. Fewer cars on the streets means safer neighbourhoods for walking and cycling and provides opportunities for creating more green spaces.
Businesses and individuals can find out more about being part of this innovative scheme by going to the Karshare website.
Produced, with the support of Leeds CC, two maps of the Roundhay area, one for cycling and one for walkers and bus users. This free map is available at the Oakwood Farmers' Market or can be downloaded.
Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any ideas about how we can take forward transport-related initiatives.
If you would like to join REAP and get involved, please complete this application form.
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