Learn from our leading experts as they outline the benefits and challenges of prioritising active travel within the home, in business and city environments.
Electric bikes have an important role to play post-Covid-19, bringing benefits to businesses and individuals, according to Ed Pegram, Raleigh UK.
PACTS is urging the Government to change the way it reports road deaths to help improve future policy decisions.
The Government is giving councils across England access to £175 million for cycling and walking measures provided the schemes are ‘properly consulted on’.
Transport for London (TfL) has partnered with Halfords to offer a 15% discount on own brand locks to help reduce cycle theft in the capital.
TfGM has partnered with Vivacity Labs to roll out AI-controlled smart traffic junctions to help boost active travel in the region.
Day one of the three day Virtual Smart Transport Conference kicks off tomorrow morning at 9:15am and it’s not too late to register for your free ticket.
UK cities must adapt to accelerated change brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic like greener travel and remote working, according to a survey of UK businesses.
A Department for Transport study has shown that of those that walked or cycled more during the Covid-19 lockdown, 94% are likely to continue.
A new toolkit curated by the National Infrastructure Commission is offering advice to cities on developing local transport infrastructure strategies.
UK walking charity Living Streets has launched its new five-year active travel strategy.
Living Streets has launched its five year strategy to set out its campaign priorities to boost active travel in the UK.
The National Infrastructure Commission has published its development toolkit offering advice to cities on developing local strategies.
Public sector delegates at the Virtual Transport Conference will gain valuable insight that will help deliver outcomes for future national and local policy.
The reduction in car use and public transport during lockdown has encouraged councils to consider reallocation of road space to cycling, walking and other uses
Former Cycling UK boss Paul Tuohy is to join Campaign for Better Transport as its new chief executive in November.
Transport for London (TfL) has opened a major new 3.6km cycleway between Tower Bridge Road and Rotherhithe.
Local transport hubs in the Portsmouth city region will receive almost £56 million in Government funding.
Norwich has been granted £32 million in Government funding to overhaul its local transport links and change how residents use and access the city.