People are being encouraged to walk or cycle more in order to enjoy the island's natural beauty.
An app – Walking Cycling Guernsey – has been created in order to make information on Ruettes Tranquilles easily accessible to those out and about across the island.
In addition to highlighting the Ruettes Tranquilles, the app also shows the public toilets and cycle parks across the Island.
“There are a multitude of Ruettes Tranquilles across the Bailiwick," said Colin Le Page, Licensing and Operations Manager. "These lanes enable locals and visitors to make the most of what Guernsey has to offer. The leaflet and network document have been created in order to help people to plan their routes in advance, or to guide them should they wish to decide or change their route when out and about.
"All entry points to Ruettes Tranquilles are signposted and we would like to remind vehicle users that when using these lanes, priority should be given to walkers, cyclists and horse-riders.”
‘Walking Cycling Guernsey’ is available to download for free on Android, Windows and Apple devices and can be used without internet connection (offline), providing the ‘Location’ setting on your device is enabled.
As of the end of August 2019, the app had been downloaded on 2,561 devices.
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