Politicians of all stripes want to grow the economy and jobs.
Key Route Network measures will allow authorities to look beyond local vested interests when determining the future of cycling and bus networks. Laura Laker reports.
Mixing walking or cycling with motorised travel is a concept helping to tackle the UK’s epidemic of inactivity. Huw Morris examines a potential ‘super policy’
This is the first in a three-part series on active travel (Pt2 will look at walking; Pt3 e-scooters).
To reach its target of ‘commute zero’, the Government wants companies to decarbonise the commute by encouraging their employees to switch to public transport or active travel.
For people to willingly accept changes to the way they travel, authorities need to be collaborative, not combative, reports Laura Laker.
If fewer people travel to city centres for their work, are urban and transport plans likely to go into sharp reverse? asks Mark Smulian
Active travel – cycling and walking – has been brought to the forefront by the pandemic. Now there's the need to build on the progress made during lockdown
The ‘avoid public transport’ advice prompted a large spike in cycling and walking and lockdown has encouraged councils to consider reallocation of road space, writes Beate Kubitz
A bold political vision allied to urgent action has transformed travel within a city where cycling now prospers alongside scooters and Segways are set to follow
Is the tax system supporting the transition to smarter transport solutions or does the current set-up actually hinder their delivery?
Plans to install pedestrian crossings costing just £300 have stalled. The battle to drop beacons and zig-zag lines could be transformative, says Lisa Hopkinson