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Cardiff train station atrium
15 March 2017

Transport appraisals in Wales and road scheme appraisals in particular, do not answer the questions that decision makers should be asking under the Well-being of Future Generations...

Categories: Cycling Policy Walking
Cyclist on path in a park
14 March 2017

Sustrans Scotland’s unique role in the delivery of active travel projects means that we see superb walking and cycling projects making a real difference across Scotland. But we also witness barriers to wider delivery.

Last year,...

Group cycling near the busy M4 motorway
10 March 2017

The passing of the landmark Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 is an ideal opportunity to position long-term planning above short-sighted policy approaches.

Far too often, planning approaches fail to take into account the full sweep of policy areas,...

Sustrans volunteer Catherine fixing a post with two other volunteers
8 March 2017

Catherine is a Sustrans volunteer ranger in White Peak. Volunteering on the National Cycle Network since 2005, Catherine tells us what being a volunteer with Sustrans means to her.

I joined Sustrans as a...

male and female sustrans staff in front of earth moving equipment
8 March 2017

Engineering is one of the many industries where women are underrepresented. We speak with Holly Goodman, one of our engineers based in Bristol about her experiences. Holly graduated from Leeds University with a degree in Civil Engineering and is currently close to finishing a...

Tiffany F. Lam headshot
7 March 2017

The fact there are more men cycling than women is well-documented. In London alone, 74% of cyclists are men. We chat with Tiffany F. Lam, urbanist and cycling advocate at LSE Cities about what can we do to encourage more women to cycle. 

At Sustrans we aim to increase...

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