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Personalised Travel Planning (PTP) seeks to challenge habitual use of the car, enabling more journeys to be made on foot, bike, bus, train or in shared cars.
Smarter Choices refers to a variety of methods and initiatives which reduce the negative impacts of travel on congestion, the environment and health.

The impact of road transport on the environment can be reduced through better, cleaner vehicles and by action to reduce traffic growth.

The National Assembly for Wales has a duty under Section 121 of the Government of Wales Act 1998 to promote sustainable development in the exercise of its functions, that is, in everything it does.

Under the National Assembly for Wales' Sustainable Development Scheme 'Starting to Live Differently' we are committed to respecting environmental limits, so that resources are not irrecoverably depleted or the environment irreversibly damaged.

This implies, for instance, contributing to protection of the planet’s climate; protecting and enhancing biodiversity; minimising harmful emissions; and promoting sustainable use of natural resources.

The impact of road transport on the environment can be reduced through better, cleaner vehicles and by action to reduce traffic growth. We are committed to delivering a sustainable transport system and administers grants to support these objectives, whilst working in partnership with transport providers and other related stakeholders.

From here you can access further information on our sustainable transport policies.