A £50 investment announced by the Welsh Government today aims to get people out of cars and on to bikes.
Active travel solutions across the North of England will be put under the spotlight as part of the next Smart Transport Conference on 10 May.
The University of Plymouth has started a new research project to help better understand trends on e-bike use in Exeter.
TfN has updated its transport plan for the region with new policy positions on active travel and multimodal hubs.
Fair and effective road user charging is needed to achieve overall traffic reductions. Low-traffic neighbourhoods simply move the problem elsewhere
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has launched 32 different community groups as part of the £1 million Cycle and Stride for Active Lives scheme.
A new report by The Bike Storage Company has explored how cycling can help meet decarbonisation targets across the UK.
Irene McAleese, co-founder and chief strategy officer at See.Sense, provides insight on smart cities and technology for net-zero living.
Bold moves by mayors may attract vocal opposition, but their efforts to reduce pollution in Paris have the backing of voters.
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.
This is the first in a three-part series on active travel (Pt2 will look at walking; Pt3 e-scooters).
This Major Roads Report from Transport for the North sets out the scale of the challenge as it looks to enhance safety and reduce environmental impact.
For people to willingly accept changes to the way they travel, authorities need to be collaborative, not combative, reports Laura Laker.
Over 10,000 miles have been cycled on Greater Manchester’s new Bee Network hire bikes in the first month of the scheme.
Think tank Green Alliance has called on the Government to increase investment in active travel and public transport to help reduce congestion.
TfL has partnered with London councils and The Met to commit to tougher measures to eliminate death and serious injury from London’s roads by 2041.
E-mobility company Tier is launching 500 e-bikes in Islington to help boost sustainable transport options following the ULEZ expansion.
The EASAC has called on leaders at COP26 to curb motorised transport by introducing strong policies to boost active travel.
This new report from the University of Hertfordshire spotlights several schemes that could make an immediate impact to reduce car dependancy outside of cities.
A new report from the University of Hertfordshire spotlights several schemes that could make an immediate impact to reduce car dependancy outside of cities.