The Connect 2 Blyth Estuary Green Travel Project shows how green infrastructure can enable a range of local authority departments to achieve their objectives through a single project. For Northumberland County Council, up-front investment in green infrastructure has paved the way for housing growth and the widespread adoption of sustainable modes of transport. Its Green Travel Project for Blyth demonstrates how a new cycle route can be sensitively integrated with the existing environment and motivate people to change their behaviour.
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