A scheme called Go Smart Dumfries is a multi million pound partnership to persuade residents and visitors to the town to reduce their car use in favour of more sustainable ways of getting about.
It's one of seven sustainable travel projects across the whole of Scotland. A conference has been held to explain how people can make the most of the town's greener travel projects.
Andy Burn reports.
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