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What is Travelchoice? 

Travelchoice is the brand name for Peterborough city councils sustainable travel team. Our aim is simple: To reduce single occupancy car journeys in Peterborough through the promotion of sustainable travel.  

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  Attended one of our Summer Fiesta events and loved it? Let us know what you liked! Had an issue at one of our events in the Fiesta? Tell us all about it so that we can address it or make changes to prevent it reoccurring next time. Thanks for coming!

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With the weather getting warmer it’s a great time to whip out those sandals and sunnies and enjoy outside!Find the nearest Walk for Health walk happening near you: walks at Botolph Green, Orton Longueville, Bretton Park Walk, Dogsthorpe Walk, Ferry Meadows Walk, Hampton Walks and Stanground Walk. 

Schools Travel Plan Toolkit Launched

How pupils and staff travel to and from school is an issue that affects everyone – from pupils who want to take their new scooter to school to parents taking their children to different schools, or local residents who get caught in traffic near schools. Peterborough City Council (PCC) is committed to not only reducing the amount of congestion caused…

Dairy milk produces more emissions than plant-based milks. Why not try oat, soy or hazelnut milk next time you grab a coffee?


We have all lived very differently over the last year. As we look forward to moving out of Covid restrictions, are there any climate friendly changes you want to keep? Have you enjoyed walking to your local shop or taking the time to explore the local area?


One of our climate change team upcycled an old wooden pallet into a planter to grow their own veg. Growing your own food removes emissions from transport and removes single use plastics.


Our 2nd annual Climate Action Day takes place tomorrow - 4 March 2021!

To help us celebrate climate action taken so far - and ‘March Forth’ with further change - follow #PboroMarchForth and see how others are adopting emission-reducing behaviour.