Welcome to My Journey - your one stop destination for travel information and advice in and around the Hampshire area.

Whether you’re looking for information about local cycle routes to work, walking maps or links to public transport you can access it all here from our website.

We offer advice about travel choices in your area that may result in saving you time and money. You may also benefit from improved wellbeing and reduce your carbon output at the same time. As well as providing personalised travel plans for local residents, we also work with schools, colleges and work places to deliver fun, community based travel challenges.

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Have you thought about cycling for at least some of your regular, short journeys? Or for part of a longer journey? Do you have a bike sitting at home...
All across Hampshire there are a number of fantastic social walks that happen weekly, and there is always opportunities to start up more. In addition...
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Public transport is an energy efficient way of making journeys that cannot be walked or cycled, and a train full of passengers significantly reduces...
Most of us would say we spend too much on fuel. And, since prices at the pumps tend to go up, the only way to spend less on filling up the car is to...
Wightlink Ferries Wightlink sails between the mainland and the Isle of Wight. From Portsmouth the car ferry sails from Portsmouth to Fishbourne in as...

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Congratulations to the 2017 My Journey Scooter Challenge winners!

Congratulations to Fordingbridge Infant School for winning the 2017 Scooter Challenge. With Lee-on-the-Solent Infant School, Portway Infant School, Shakespeare Infant School, Chandlers Ford Infant School and St John’s Primary school in Southampton, all runners up.

Scooter Challenge 2017 - Scooter training

Now you know the benefits of scooting to school for your health, the environment and congestion your pupils may need some training to build their confidence and skills!

Scoot to reduce air pollution

Air pollution has been linked to cancer, asthma, stroke and heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and dementia and is the cause of 40,000 premature deaths in the UK each year. The journey to school can have an impact on your pupils’ health and the environment in terms of carbon emissions.