Essex’s Sustainable Transport Team recognised at national awards

A new, door-to-door digital, journey-planning tool has won first place at a national awards ceremony. The “All Roads Lead from Home” project has been developed by our Sustainable Transport Team in collaboration with You. Smart. Thing. It bridges the gap for residents of ten housing developments with a postcode that isn’t yet recognised on standard mapping tools.  […]

Lack of transport choices leaving young people behind, report finds 

A new groundbreaking study warns that young people cannot access work, education, and social opportunities, due to transport barriers.  16-24-year-olds made 21% fewer trips compared to 25-64-year-olds in 2019 and this gap has widened over the past 20 years. At the stage in life when young people should be developing themselves, poor transport provision is preventing them […]

Council unveils ambitious new sustainable transport vision for Fife

Fife Council’s new Local Transport Strategy, which sets out the vision for fair, sustainable access for all will be deliberated by councillors at Cabinet Committee this week (Thursday, 30 November). The wide-ranging Local Transport Strategy sets out priorities and provides a roadmap for investment and decision making on transport over the next decade. The strategy, […]

Sustainable transport and infrastructure purchasing solution puts NHS in top gear

Leading corporate services provider, NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS), has launched a new ‘Sustainable Transport and Infrastructure‘ framework agreement designed to support the NHS in lowering its carbon output and achieve its 2040 carbon net zero emissions ambition. The procurement framework agreement provides the NHS with a simple way to find and appoint the services of […]

New sustainable travel hub will offer students a range of transport choices

Derby City Council and the University of Derby have joined forces to create a sustainable travel hub at the University’s Kedleston Road site. Approximately 15,000 students and 3,000 staff are based at the University’s largest and busiest site on Kedleston Road, which is two miles from the city centre. The hub will be the first […]

First steps taken on sustainable transport delivery plan

The first steps to deliver a decade-long sustainable transport drive across Dundee have been taken. Fair Work, Economic Growth and Infrastructure Convener Cllr Steven Rome visited the Dundee Cycle Hub on Waterfront Place to launch the council’s draft Sustainable Transport Delivery Plan 2024-2034.  Showcasing how infrastructure will be provided for a sustainable mobility future, it outlines […]


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