Feedback wanted on active travel to Ninewells

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NHS Tayside is encouraging people to give their views about opportunities for active travel on their journey to Ninewells Hospital.

The active travel study is being carried out in partnership with Dundee City Council to review the existing active travel infrastructure at the site to identify possible improvements.

The aim of the study is to deliver a range of actions to encourage and enable more patients, visitors and staff to travel to the site using healthy, low cost travel options such as walking, cycling or taking public transport.

Members of the public, patients, staff and visitors or anyone who travels to Ninewells regularly is being encouraged to give their views on what can be done to make it better to walk or cycle and use scooters, wheelchairs and buggies in and around the hospital site.

There are a number of ways that you can do this:

  • Visit Placecheck map to record your comments at locations where you would like to see improvements (please note that a quick registration process is required)
  • Email your comments to
  • Come along to share your views with the team on the main concourse on Tuesday, 26 February from 10am-6pm, and at the staff canteen on level 5 from noon-2pm


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