Dorchester Transport Action Group is a non party-political, not-for-profit organisation. It aims to:
Please come to our First Public Meeting
15th June 2022
The Dorchester Transport Action Group has reformed and we are holding our first public meeting on Wednesday 15th June 2022 in the Magistrates room of the Corn Exchange, Dorchester DT1 1HF. The meeting will run from 19.00-21.00 with the bar available from 18.30. We welcome anyone from Dorchester and the surrounding area who is interested in sustainable transport in Dorchester to attend.
Purpose: The meeting is intended to let residents know about the work of the Transport Action group and to consult with residents on the the main transport issues affecting people living in and around Dorchester.
The meeting will begin with a (very short) AGM to formally start the new organisation, followed by an interactive session where will be discussing many of the transport issues facing Dorchester now and in the future. We are particularly interested in your views on sustainable transport provision to help those without access to a car and to make low carbon alternatives to car use more attractive.
If you are concerned about any transport issues in Dorchester – rail, buses, electric cars, e-scooters, cycling, walking, riding – or just want to know more about how transport may change over the coming years as we move towards a net-zero future, then please come along to our meeting.
Membership: DTAG is run by a group of volunteers who have an interest in the future of Dorchester’s transport system. We would be delighted to welcome new members to the group.
Questions: If you have any questions before the event please contact the acting Chair, Stewart Palmer at email@example.com
DTAG AGM and Open Meeting.
The Town Hall in the Corn Exchange Dorchester, DT1 1HF
Weds 15th June 2022. Starts 7pm (bar open from 6.30pm)
Agenda (all sessions with Q&A):
Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks with mini AGM
Vision of future travel in Dorchester, David Moss
Future Cycling developments, Chris Peck
Bus and Rail developments, Stewart Palmer
Electric Vehicles & charge points, Christopher Whitehouse, Dorset Council
A living example of Bridle Way development, Maria de Figueiredo
Open Forum and Closing remarks.