Suffolk residents are being encouraged to consider leaving their car at home.
The Good Journey County initiative is being rolled out to make more of us think about enjoying car free days out and holidays.
Local tourist and visitor attractions are expected to support the campaign by offering discounts and incentives to people who explore the county on foot, bike or by using public transport.
Introducing ‘Suffolk – Good Journey County’, a new initiative promoting car-free days out and holidays in 2024 and beyond
A boost to sustainable tourism and the local visitor economy was revealed today as Suffolk becomes a ‘Good Journey County’.
Suffolk Growth Partnership and Suffolk County Council have teamed up with national organisation ‘Good Journey’ – the UK experts in car-free leisure – in a push to cut carbon emissions and widen access to our leisure, culture and nature for more people.
The initiative, supporting Suffolk’s Greenest County journey towards a carbon net zero visitor economy, will welcome car-free visitors to an array of attractions across Suffolk. More than 25 local tourism and visitor attractions are expected to join the Suffolk Good Journey scheme offering residents and visitors discounts and incentives to leave the car at home and explore more of the county on foot, by bike or using public transport. Suffolk visitor attractions will all feature on goodjourney.org.uk – providing easy travel information and discounts to domestic and international visitors.
Written by: John