Morag was active in the community developing links with schools, community groups and local businesses. She established SpareWheels carsharing club and Cycling Dunbar, and the partnership with Dunbar train station through the Adopt-A-Station scheme.
Morag is also responsible for maintaining the Connecting Dunbar and other websites, and producing promotional materials.
Judy has a background in local authority transport planning on the South coast of England and has lived in Dunbar since 1998. She is responsible for our public displays and events, conducted the extensive survey work and produced the final survey report of our findings.
Hassan worked with us for 6 months as a volunteer before replacing Ian McCall in the summer. Hassan was responsible for initial drafts of the pedestrian and public transport maps for Sustaining Dunbar. He also co-ordinated the RELBUS group and liaises with RAGES to improve local public transport. He has a background in architecture and design and a MSc in Transport Planning.
Ian with the team from January – July 2010 before leaving to take up a full-time post elsewhere. He was responsible for liaising with local business to help them to put together Sustainable Travel Plans.
The project has been supported by the volunteer efforts of a number of local people through various activities such as helping us to set priorities, auditing footpaths and bus stops and taking surveys round door-to-door.
We’ve also taken the opportunity to involve local businesses such as
Heather Christie Design and Illustration who produced the artwork for our maps and leaflets.