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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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children holding up sign
24 April 2018

As Big Pedal 2018, the UK’s largest annual schools competition to encourage more young people to cycle and scoot to school launched this week, Rachel White, Senior Policy and Political Advisor looks at children’s attitudes towards air pollution and why their views on the issue...

6 April 2018

This post by Lucy Colbeck and Emilie Charlesworth was first published on The Guardian bike blog.

A cycling session at Queen Mary homeless women’s hostel...

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Cyclist in Manchester
22 March 2018

This week I spoke at Andy Burnham’s first Green Summit, part of his commitment to make Greater Manchester one of Europe’s leading green cities.

There was a huge amount...

man crossing 20mph road with pushchair
21 March 2018

Have you seen a 20mph sign in your town, village or city? What did you think? Did it prompt you to drive more slowly? These are exactly the questions that a new research project is trying to assess. In this blog, G.F.Nightingale, P. Kelly, and the "Is twenty plenty?" research...

Cycling in Birmingham city centre Photoshoot for Bike Life
9 March 2018

New evidence on how walking and cycling can help to reduce congestion offers huge possibilities in terms of turning around transport policy. But effecting this change depends upon embedding evidence-based approaches in transport policy. This blog summarises Sustrans’...

Categories: Cycling Policy Walking

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