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woman speaking to small audience in meeting room
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20 March 2019

Just 4 days after International Women’s Day, Sustrans Research & Monitoring Unit held a roundtable discussion on women and cycling to determine what needs to happen next.

We invited a broad cross-section of speakers and guests who had an understanding of the...

family with loaded bicycle on holiday
By Josie Dew,
25 October 2018

Josie Dew is an English touring cyclist, author and cook. In this blog Josie shares with us her experiences of cycle touring with her three young children.

Although a caterer by profession Josie frequently takes long cycle trips and then writes a humorous travelogue...

woman cycling in narrow street in Japan
By Tim Burns,
15 October 2018

Is street parking in our city centres ever a good use of space, and what are cities doing to remove it?

How do we make the most of the kerbside? 

The side of the road is a contested space most often used for parking of vehicles, or as a drop off space for...

people locking their bikes in city street
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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the winners at the awards
5 October 2018

We all know the benefits walking and cycling can have on our waistlines and pocket, but the benefits don’t have to stop there. An active workforce is a low-cost investment that will bring about high rewards for businesses large and small. That's why we sponsored the ...

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