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NEWS FEED: Sustainable Transport

A new visitor hub opens in Petersfield

September 15th, 2016

We were delighted to see the opening of a new visitor information centre open in Petersfield this week. The centre is called The Hub and will give visitors a chance to learn more about the town and the National Park. It is situated next to the main station office and offers free leaflets, information and […]

South Downs Themed Buses

August 5th, 2016

Monday 1 August saw Stagecoach showcase their new livery on the no. 60 bus which connects Chichester to Midhurst. The newly decorated no. 60 now sports the iconic rolling hills of the South Downs and each of the five buses features a quintessential image of the local area – Cowdray Ruins, the Weald and Downland Museum, West Dean […]

Bike Week

June 10th, 2016

National Bike Week starts on Saturday 11 June and we’re hoping this film of cycling in protected landscapes, including the South Downs National Park, inspires you to get out on your bike. We have worked with local communities and bike hubs across the National Park to facilitate and encourage people of all ages and abilities […]

Research proves that South Downs cyclists, horse riders and walkers are all just people

April 18th, 2016

New research carried out on the human ecosystem of England’s newest national park proves decisively that walkers, cyclists and horse riders in the South Downs are really just all people. Using the latest scientific techniques cyclists were tested for their ability to walk unaided, while hikers were placed on horseback and horse riders persuaded to […]

Make the station your first stop for adventure

March 17th, 2016

More hikers, cyclists, horse-riders and picnickers are using public transport to travel around the South Downs. The South Downs National Park attracts some 46 million day visits every year and research suggests that car use dropped by 5 per cent from 2014 to 2015*. In the meantime train, cycling, walking and coach tours all increased. […]

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