Transport is an important part of the CO2 emission for the tourism industry, and the “visitor’s carbon footprint” (the way to go and the journeys during the stay). Transport and traffic are a source of stress for a lot of families and people. Those are good reasons to change and improve your mobility and that of your visitors.
In an area famous for its coastal roads there is an increase in traffic, it is a challenge to introduce alternatives to the car, everybody can take part in this even if you don’t provide transport.
Sustrans: Organisation working on alternative transports. It looks after the National Cycle Network and provides maps.
Your local Tourist Information Centre: they have local maps and leaflets for walking trails for example the “moyle way” or “causeway coast way”.
“Fresh air is free” from nurture Lakeland: is a project which helps to promote walks on your doorstep.
Translink’s website and leaflets: provide information about public transport, especially the “rambler bus” program (service between Belfast, Giant’s Causeway and Coleraine)