2nd November 2011

Encouraging Greener Travel in Wales …and win an iPad


Image: Leanne Gamble lgamble@mjrsolutions.co.uk

MJR Solutions who participated in a seminar on OS OpenData and our GeoVation showcase, are pursuing the “How can we improve transport in Britain?” challenge objective. In particular, they are keen to find out about ease of use and ease of access issues for tourists and others using public transport in Wales.

This is an activity close to GeoVation’s heart. In attending an event in Rhayader back in March, we were determined to travel there, through some beautiful countryside, by public transport. However a delayed connection at Newport when travelling from Bristol meant the journey couldn’t be completed by public transport until the next day…..so we really appreciate the issue they are trying to address.

MJR are running a GreenerWales survey with the objective of finding out what will encourage you to explore all that Wales has to offer without the need to use your car. So whether you have visited Wales, would like to visit Wales or live in Wales the survey is targeted at you, your experiences and ideas. It’s an online survey designed to draw out participants’ experiences and views of Wales, public transport and mobile phones and takes less than 10 minutes to complete. And you get the chance of winning an iPad too!


Don’t forget; complete the survey by 11:59 on 13 November for a chance to win an iPad.