When local authorities propose changes affecting road usage, they often face initial resistance, but, with patience, attitudes can change
The debate regarding why or when local authorities should decarbonise their transport systems is over. What policies can start cutting greenhouse gas emissions?
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted radical changes in the way people travel. The question now is how do we retain the best aspects and ditch the worst?
Councils are likely to seek increased funding to enable decarbonisation plan to be adequately addressed at local level, reports Mark Smulian
Major change is needed to decarbonise transport. Jonathan Manning looks at the next steps following the publication of the Government’s plan
Electricity is often the first solution that comes to mind when considering how to reduce air pollution generated by road transport. But it is not practical in every instance
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
Planners face pressure to make land available for residential use, while delivery companies are finding themselves on the periphery, reports Mark Smulian
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
The top-down approach has failed to drive significant change to reach carbon neutrality.
An Eco Levy could generate billions for improving public transport – and might even be a surprise weapon for politicians at the ballot box, says Lisa Hopkinson
Legally binding targets have been set for harmful emissions yet authorities are not devoting enough thought to them, says AECOM's Kristina Shanidze