€50m walking and cycling fund announced for towns and villages in Ireland

Ireland’s Department of Transport has announced a €50m available to local authorities for investment in walking and cycling projects. The aim of the funding is to support the development of high-quality cycling and walking infrastructure outside of our cities. Local authorities in the Greater Dublin Area along with regional cities are already eligible for Active […]

North East Transport Plan enters consultation phase

Consultation for an ambitious plan to improve transport across the North East has now started. The North East Transport Plan, which has been published by the North East Joint Transport Committee (NEJTC), includes a programme of almost 300 schemes across the region which would ‘reshape the transport network’ in the region over the next 15 years.   The plan includes an initial £6.1bn of projects covering highway infrastructure, […]

TDI announces latest webinar detailing Street Manager

The national and local government initiative promoting the future of multi modal mobility, the Transport Data Initiative, has announced its third webinar, to be held on Tuesday 15 December from 11:00 – 12:00.   It will include Department for Transport representatives from the ‘Street Manager’ project, including Paul Chandler, Product Owner: Street Manager, Department for Transport […]

Research suggests air quality improved when LTNs removed

Researchers have discovered that levels of the dangerous nitrous oxide emitted from vehicles was reduced when a low traffic neighbourhood was removed in London. The Telegraph says the emissions measured dropped significantly just days after road closures were scrapped, explaining that the Wandsworth Council research suggests traffic congestion and pollution is being shifted from more […]


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