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Rory McMullan, Founding member of the Active Travel Network, Landor LINKS
Firstly, a bit thank-you to all of you who attended the Active Travel Network launch dinner. There are some photos from the event available continue
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In brief
The City of London Corporation is to commission a pedestrian model of the City. It has allocated £150,000 of its Transport for London grant for... continue
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Regular news
London mayor Boris Johnson has authorised the Greater London Authority (GLA) to agree terms and conditions of guarantees that could clear the way for... continue
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The number of road accident casualties recorded by the police in Scotland fell 2% in 2014 to 11,240 but fatalities rose by 28, from 172 to 200,... continue
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Detail
Siemens has launched a pedestrian detector that can be used to alter pedestrian phases at crossings. The Heimdall kerbside volumetric pedestrian... continue
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People/people
Malcolm Shepherd, chief executive of Sustrans, was awarded a CBE for services to transport and the environment in the Queen’s birthday honours.... continue
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Regular news
Lee Baker
Labour candidate Sadiq Khan and Lib Dem favourite Caroline Pidgeon in the contest for London Mayor have backed Oxford Street pedestrianisation after... continue
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The DfT has reported "significant increases in walking in England" as measured by the amount of people regularly walking at least ten minutes at... continue
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What should an ‘age friendly city’ look like? This is the key question of a project being run by computing research group Open Lab in... continue
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The number of people reported killed or injured on London’s roads increased by more than 13% last year, though fatalities and serious injuries... continue
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Media monitor
On 3 June freelance journalist Haley Birch, writing in The Guardian, debated the interesting question: “Do 20mph speed limits actually... continue
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Aberdeenshire Council has given its support to Aberdeen City Council’s plans to change traffic management in the city centre. The draft city... continue
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Labour would create a cross-departmental cyclist and pedestrians’ advisory board if the party wins the General Election. The board would... continue
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The London Borough of Croydon is to consult on introducing 20mph limits across the borough’s residential streets.  Kathy Bee,... continue
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Signed-only 20mph limits are to be piloted on eight more sections of the Transport for London road network (TLRN), London mayor Boris Johnson and... continue
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Letters to the editor
Mike Crowhurst, Garforth, Leeds LS25
Two letters in LTT took my attention last week. First, your regular motoring lobbyist Keith Peat, writing on the contentious subject of cycling.... continue
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Letters to the editor
Sam Jones, Campaigns & communications coordinator, CTC, the national cycling charity, Guildford, Surrey GU2
It’s disappointing to see the regressive thinking behind such a simplistic view of drivers vs cyclists, outlined in Keith Peat’s letter... continue
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Dundee City Council is to consult on implementing 20mph limits in the city just months after the council rejected the idea saying lower limits were... continue
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Councillors in Glasgow have approved a plan to give pedestrians and cyclists greater priority in the city centre.  The proposals will see a... continue
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The London Borough of Waltham Forest is to close a number of residential roads to through vehicular traffic as part of its TfL-funded Mini-Holland... continue
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