Politicians of all stripes want to grow the economy and jobs.
ATE chief executive Danny Williams one of a number of high-profile speakers secured for November event.
Smart Transport's latest digital issue looks at controversy surrounding low-traffic neighbourhoods and 15-minute cities.
Active travel charity Sustrans has appointed Matt Winfield to the new role of chief operating officer.
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.
A looming nature and environmental crisis is transforming the Welsh Government’s approach to transport. Huw Morris talks to deputy minister for climate change Lee Waters
How the private and public sectors can work together to transform the UK’s transport network to achieve net zero will be the focus of Smart’s Transport’s two-day national conference taking place in November.
Greater Manchester is set to pump an extra £40 million into the region’s active travel infrastructure.
By John Nuutinen, CEO and co-founder of SkedGo.
Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled plans to transform Catford town centre which it says will make it easier and safer for people walking, cycling and using the bus.
Active Travel England has welcomed the findings of a new study that shows more people than ever are regularly walking or cycling rather than using the car.
By Dan Simpson, senior policy and parliamentary officer at walking and cycling charity Sustrans.
New report into road pricing is urging politicians to handle transport’s political hot potato
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’
Councils in England are to receive £32.9 million of Government skills training funding to help them design and create active travel schemes that work for residents and consider the local road network.
The number of people walking and cycling in London continues to exceed pre-pandemic levels, a new report has found.
Walking, wheeling and cycling is worth more than £36 billion to the UK economy, says a new report by the charity Sustrans.
Smart Transport chair Stephen Joseph gives an overview of conference themes ahead of this month’s event…
Number of trips per day in both cities is increasing and, although they had different start points, the modal share for private cars is similar – at around 70%
Dr Dafydd Trystan-Davies has been re-appointed as chair of the Welsh Government’s Active Travel Board.