Government of Jersey - Session 3 - Workplace Travel Plan

This talk will provide an understanding of what a workplace travel plan is, and how businesses can create them. In this changing world of hybrid working, planning how your staff travel (or don’t!) has become even more important.

Speaker Profiles:

Alex Forrest

Alex is a Graduate Transport Planner working within the IHE Transport & Operations Department. Within her role she is involved in delivering transport solutions for Jersey whilst balancing the social, economic, and environmental needs of the whole community.Recent projects Alex has been involved with include facilitating the delivery of the sustainable transport policy projects and assisting with projects such as the Hospital and Waterfront redevelopment. She recently developed and implemented the Covered Cycle Parking Trial in St Helier. In this session, Alex will give an overview of travel planning, how and where it can be applied, including in the workplace and how it be delivered effectively across Jersey.

Alice Harvey

Alice is a Graduate Transport Planner working within the IHE Transport & Operations Department. Within her role she is involved in delivering transport solutions for Jersey whilst balancing the social, economic, and environmental needs of the whole community.Recent projects Alice has been involved with include facilitating the delivery of the sustainable transport policy projects and assisting the sustainable transport implementation board. She is currently developing and managing the Jersey School Travel Planning Programme over a number of phases that will include the island's schools. In this session, Alice will give an overview of travel planning, how and where it can be applied, including in the workplace and how it be delivered effectively across Jersey.

Sustainable Transport Event - General Information

This Sustainable Transport event ties in with COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference where world leaders are coming together to commit to urgent climate action.

The event will have two elements:

1. A series of transport related workshops to be held inside the Santander Work Café

2. Broad Street will host a display of vehicles that do not run on fossil fuels, such as electric vehicles and cargo bikes. This is to highlight sustainable alternatives to petrol and diesel vehicles, both for private and commercial use.

Government sources:

*https://www.gov.je/Government/Pages/StatesReports.aspx?ReportID=5447

https://www.aether-uk.com/Resources/Jersey-Infographic