75% of people plan to keep up lockdown walking habit after restrictions ease

75% of people plan to keep up lockdown walking habit after restrictions ease

Mark Moran

Lockdowns and coronavirus restrictions mean that the past year has seen people walking more. Now, as lockdown restrictions ease, three-quarters of people will keep walking to stay physically healthy, whilst a third will do so... continue

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1 May 2021Local Transport Today News

Spain rolls out national 30km/h speed limit on most urban streets

Juliana O'Rourke

From 11 May, the maximum speed on the majority of Spanish streets will be set at 30km/h. According to an estimate by the DGT state traffic authority, the new measure will affect between 60% and 70% of roads, although this percentage will of course vary from city to city, according to El Pais. The... continue

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12 May 2021Local Transport Today News
What makes a successful 15-minute centre, and why?

What makes a successful 15-minute centre, and why?

Juliana O'Rourke

Compact centres are back on the agenda. They may be described as 15 minute neighbourhoods or cities – and, as ever, the more popular the concept gets, the more variants are proposed and... continue

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12 May 2021Local Transport Today News

Investigating the UK’s 20-minute city capabilities

Dan Saunders, Basemap

Sustainability is all about making decisions that do not have negative consequences for either current or future generations.  With the government planning on building hundreds of thousands of new homes a year, they need to be built sustainably. The ethos of a 20-minute city encompasses... continue

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12 May 2021Local Transport Today News

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

Rescue plan or endgame?

The news that NCP is planning to take legal action to get a reduction in the rents it pays across its estate has made national...

10 May 2021Parking Review Opinion
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New housing should feature mobility hubs

New housing should feature mobility hubs

Mark Moran

Large housing developments should contain ‘mobility hubs’ for transport as a condition of planning consent... continue

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10 May 2021Parking Review Features
Huseyin in as Forster signs off as LTT editor

Huseyin in as Forster signs off as LTT editor

With this issue of LTT we say farewell to the magazine’s long-serving and well-known editor Andrew Forster, who has decided to stand down after 20 years in the... continue

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4 May 2021Local Transport Today News
SNP: free bikes, and zero emission bus investment

SNP: free bikes, and zero emission bus investment

Free bikes will be given to Scottish schoolchildren of low income households if the SNP is returned to Government next month. The party’s manifesto also pledges to remove the... continue

4 May 2021Local Transport Today News
More cycle lockers for Edinburgh

More cycle lockers for Edinburgh

The City of Edinburgh Council wants to install a further 200 cycle storage lockers over the next two years for residents who... continue

4 May 2021Local Transport Today News
Will e-scooters drive new realism and rationality into modal shift missions?

Will e-scooters drive new realism and rationality into modal shift missions?

Leon Mannings Roads policy consultant

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30 Apr 2021Local Transport Today Comment

PACTS appoints Winchcomb

Margaret Winchcomb joins the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) on 10 May as senior research and policy officer, replacing Evan Webster who moved to Defra in April. Winchcomb is a chartered civil engineer and active member of CamCycle (the Cambridge Cycling Campai... continue

30 Apr 2021Local Transport Today People

Mark Moran

Mark Moran

British Parking Awards 2021 will take place on 24 September

The British Parking Awards, organised by Parking Review, are presented to the leading examples of parking management,...

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29 Apr 2021Parking Review Opinion
Simpler fare structures and cashless payment could boost bus patronage

Simpler fare structures and cashless payment could boost bus patronage

Mark Moran

Bus ridership in Great Britain has declined in passenger terms over... continue

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27 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News
Rail companies make sustainability pledge

Rail companies make sustainability pledge

Mark Moran

Rail companies pledge to make stations across Britain more sustainable. More solar... continue

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27 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News
E-cargo bike deliveries making sense for business

E-cargo bike deliveries making sense for business

Juliana O'Rourke

E-cargo bike delivery services are making sense for businesses across the UK as they realise that e-cargo bike logistics can save time, money and... continue

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23 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News
President Biden pledges to cut US carbon emissions in half by 2030

President Biden pledges to cut US carbon emissions in half by 2030

Mark Moran

President Joe Biden has pledged to cut carbon emissions by 50-52%... continue

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22 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News
Coroner calls for law change following Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debra’s death

Coroner calls for law change following Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debra’s death

Mark Moran

The government has been urged to adopt the World Health... continue

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21 Apr 2021Parking Review News
UK pledges to speed up cut in carbon emissions

UK pledges to speed up cut in carbon emissions

Mark Moran

The UK government is to set in law an ambitious climate change target that seeks to cut emissions by 78% by 2035 compared to 1990 levels.... continue

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20 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News
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20 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News
Edinburgh seeks a safe return to school

Edinburgh seeks a safe return to school

Mark Moran

Parents, carers and families across Edinburgh are being encouraged take extra care at the school gates when they... continue

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20 Apr 2021Local Transport Today News

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