Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition: winners announced online, 3 December @ 11.00

Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition: winners announced online, 3 December @ 11.00

The shortlist of successful entries to the first Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition, run by The Trustees in order to celebrate 150 years since the birth of their benefactor William Rees Jeffreys, is now complete. The competition attracted an... continue

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29 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News
Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition: schools shortlist announced

Rees Jeffreys Road Fund Competition: schools shortlist announced

Join us online at 11.00 - 11.45 on Friday 3 December to celebrate the winners of both the £5,000 development grants and the £5,000 and £2,000 prizes for schools. Register free here The shortlist for entries to the Rees Jeffreys Road... continue

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30 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News
Mask wearing made compulsory on transport in England

Mask wearing made compulsory on transport in England

Mark Moran

The wearing of face covering will once again be... continue

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29 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News
Union Connectivity Review recommends UK-wide strategic transport network

Union Connectivity Review recommends UK-wide strategic transport network

Mark Moran

The creation of a strategic United Kingdom transport network and... continue

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27 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News
The Union Connectivity Review: final report

The Union Connectivity Review: final report

Grant Shapps

In October 2020, the prime minister asked Sir Peter Hendy to undertake a detailed review of how the quality and availability of... continue

26 Nov 2021Local Transport Today Comment
New homes and buildings to have EV chargepoints by law

New homes and buildings to have EV chargepoints by law

Mark Moran

New homes and buildings in England will be required... continue

22 Nov 2021EVolution News
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Wider transport pledge in COP  declaration seen as progress

Wider transport pledge in COP declaration seen as progress

The transport sector has been taking stock of the outcomes from the COP26 global summit, with  a pledge to embrace wider modal changes in the drive to reduce car emissions seen as a significant step forward. A COP26 pledge... continue

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17 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News
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‘Sustainable approach’ needed to manage impact of delivery boom

‘Sustainable approach’ needed to manage impact of delivery boom

Mark Moran

With the number of parcels delivered in London expected to... continue

17 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News

Goods vehicle traffic rises above pre-Covid levels

Deniz Huseyin

Light commercial and heavy goods vehicle traffic on Great Britain’s roads has exceeded pre-pandemic levels, the latest statistics from the DfT show. For the week starting 1 November, light commercial and HGV traffic was at 111% of pre-Covid levels. Meanwhile, car traffic was at 93% of... continue

17 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News

Drivers favour EV as their next car, survey finds

Peter Plisner

New research has found that 86% of people are willing to make big changes to their lifestyle to tackle climate change. The findings come in a report from transport partnership Midlands Connect which surveyed than 5,000 people across the East and West Midlands. More the one in seven motorists (77%)... continue

17 Nov 2021Local Transport Today News

Six-fold increase in EV chargepoints in British homes

New data reveals the number of homes for sale across Great Britain with an electric car charging point installed on the premises, or in a nearby street, has increased six-fold compared with this time last year. A study by homes portal Rightmove looked at the total number of properties for sale that... continue

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Positive lessons to be learned from Old Bethnal Green neighbourhood scheme

Positive lessons to be learned from Old Bethnal Green neighbourhood scheme

Chris Harrison

Old Bethnal Green Road was choked with more than 8,000 vehicles per day... continue

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17 Nov 2021Local Transport Today Features

John Dales

John Dales

Motoring is at war with life on Earth

This was written in Glasgow, on what was ‘Transport Day’ at the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26). From many...

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Councils will have to change the signals on car use: but which way is best?

Councils will have to change the signals on car use: but which way is best?

Mark Frost

No doubt like many readers of LTT, I had the opportunity during October to... continue

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Gender on the Agenda: the gap between planners, public transport, public space and the needs and experiences of women

Gender on the Agenda: the gap between planners, public transport, public space and the needs and experiences of women

Juliana O'Rourke

The FIA Foundation has an international reputation for practical environmental research, interventions to improve... continue

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