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people locking their bikes in city street
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11 October 2018

What is the best way to make decisions about which transport schemes should be funded? When we know so much about the damage that is done by big schemes to move more cars over longer distances more quickly, how do we keep coming up with these as a preferred solution?

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People cycling and walking in traffic free area, London Docklans ©2018, Jonathan Bewley
31 August 2018

The Government is setting its approach for tackling air pollution from particulate matter through a number of consultations but is again missing a great opportunity to rethink the way we move around.

Technology is amazing, isn’t it? Who doesn’t like that feeling of a...

closed street for community yoga class
31 August 2018

In all the excitement over the 1,000 miles of Beelines walking and cycling routes to be built in Greater Manchester, it’s easy to underestimate the importance of the scheme’s 25 proposed filtered Neighbourhoods.

What are...

people using a crossing on busy road
30 August 2018

New research into injury risk on Britain’s roads has implications for policy-makers, transport planners and people.

Dr Rachel Aldred, Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster, discusses new approaches to injury risk research, shares new analysis of the risks...

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Woman cycles on a Quietway route in London
29 August 2018

Hannah is a project officer working on improving walking and cycling in London and has been with Sustrans since March 2018. In this blog, she shares how London Quietways have changed the way she travels in the city she loves. 

Having lived in...

image of Edinburgh
13 August 2018

I have always enjoyed Edinburgh in August, right from when I arrived as an international student, to now, as a parent of two young ones. Edinburgh welcomes the world for an unforgettable month of theatre, comedy, art, music and dance. And as residents, we have a whole host of...

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