EEH launches young professionals competition

England’s Economic Heartland has launched Vision 2050, a competition for students, graduates, apprentices, young professionals and people new to the transport sector.  Entries (no longer than 500 words) should explain how the transport system should change to realise the EEH’s vision of “connecting people and places with opportunities and services” up to 2050. Entrants can give a broad overview of the future transport system, or focus on a single element, mode or priority principle.  The judging panel includes:  • Professor Sadie Morgan of the National Infrastructure Commission • Lynda Addison OBE, chair of the sustainable transport panel of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation • Paul Leinster, chair of the... continue

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12 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News
Why do our cycling and walking innovations end up being bad for disabled people and what can we do about it?

Why do our cycling and walking innovations end up being bad for disabled people and what can we do about it?

Ross Atkin

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20 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Making space for innovation

The design – and the reality – of our streets, transport infrastructure and public spaces should encourage people to regularly engage in healthy, active lifestyles, especially everyday walking and cycling as a means of simply getting around. Yet there are often gaps between the... continue

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20 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News
What does a cyclist look like?

What does a cyclist look like?

After officially launching its ‘This Is What A Cyclist Looks Like’ campaign at Landor LINKS’ Cycle... continue

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19 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News
Percentage of adults walking and cycling for travel at least three days per week is down, shows new data

Percentage of adults walking and cycling for travel at least three days per week is down, shows new data

The Physical Activity tool is part of a series of products produced by Public Health England providing local data alongside national comparisons to support local health improvement.  The physical activity data tool presents data on physical activities including walking and cycling at local level for England. The latest release includes an update on the percentage of adults walking and cycling for... continue

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Plans for car-free Portsmouth development called 'such an interesting idea' by developers

Plans for car-free Portsmouth development called 'such an interesting idea' by developers

Development plans for Tipner West in Portsmouth have progressed ‘further than ever before’, and Portsmouth City Council hosted an event in September to engage industry experts and inform them of the ‘tremendous development opportunities and plans for the site, with a first spade in the ground scheduled for summer 2023’. The high... continue

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Are SUVs more dangerous to pedestrians than other cars?

Are SUVs more dangerous to pedestrians than other cars?

Earlier this year it was reported in the US that the 'nation’s SUV boom is becoming increasingly deadly' after it was revealed that pedestrian deaths hit a 28-year high in 2018. UK journalist Carlton Reid took up... continue

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Liverpool City Region's cycling & walking commissioner: 600km network planned

Liverpool City Region's cycling & walking commissioner: 600km network planned

Cyclist and actor Simon O'Brien has extended his role as Liverpool’s cycling and walking commissioner to cover the entire Liverpool City Region, working across all six boroughs to help make the Metro Mayor’s vision for a revolution in active travel a reality. Simon will be speaking at Cycling... continue

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New funding for parks and green spaces

New funding for parks and green spaces

Community groups can now bid for new parks or reimagined spaces that will be used for everything from children’s play areas to vegetable patches... continue

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Rural zones: car-free, or test-beds for driverless vehicle technology?

Rural zones: car-free, or test-beds for driverless vehicle technology?

The Lake District national park authority has confirmed it will explore car-free zones as part of its traffic management plans in the national park in tandem with the National Trust. Thomas Burditt, National Trust general manager for the North Lakes, told the Times: 'We... continue

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11 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

No public inquiry for city’s diesel ban

Bristol City Council this week approved controversial plans for a city centre diesel car ban whose hours of operation  may have been chosen to circumvent the need for a public inquiry. The ban will operate between 0700 and 1500 seven days a week. Bristol had considered a 24-hour restriction... continue

8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Berkeley ends HS2 role

Opponents of HS2 fear the project will be given a green light by the Government’s review panel into the project.  The concerns were voiced after Lord Berkeley, a critic of the project who was appointed the review’s deputy chair, announced that his input to the review was now... continue

8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News
Williams cautions on devolution

Williams cautions on devolution

The forthcoming rail White Paper will support further devolution of rail responsibilities but the principle of a national... continue

8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Election may disrupt schedule

Appearing before the transport committee just before Boris Johnson announced a General Election on 12 December, Keith Williams said the rail White Paper would be completed before the end of the year. “Assuming that the Government are there to take the White Paper, the White Paper will be... continue

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Bristol’s pioneering diesel ban prompts confusion and criticism

Bristol’s pioneering diesel ban prompts confusion and criticism

Councillors in Bristol this week approved plans for a charging clean air zone (CAZ) covering a large part of the city and a ban on diesel cars in the city centre.     The restrictions are due to be implemented by the end of March 2021 and... continue

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8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Bristol: reports reveal modelling uncertainty

Background documents reveal some of the challenges that Bristol’s consultants have faced in trying to predict when the city can expect to comply with the EU’s annual mean nitrogen dioxide limit value.  The Government ordered Bristol to prepare a clean air plan because the national... continue

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Portsmouth’s CAZ ‘will damage IoW economy’

Portsmouth’s CAZ ‘will damage IoW economy’

The Isle of Wight Council is calling on Portsmouth City Council to rethink its plan for a charging clean air zone, saying the proposal could have a damaging impact on... continue

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Khan hails data showing ULEZ is cutting central London NOx

Khan hails data showing ULEZ is cutting central London NOx

A sharp reduction in nitrogen dioxide concentrations has been recorded in central London since the ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) was implemented on 8 April, according to the Greater London Authority.  The GLA says roadside... continue

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8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Khan opens ULEZ scrappage fund

London mayor Sadiq Khan has opened a £25m vehicle scrappage scheme for low income and disabled Londoners. The grant is being introduced in advance of the ultra-low emission zone (ULEZ) being expanded up to the North and South Circular roads in 2021. Applications are invited for £1,000... continue

8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Lewisham axes Euro 6 parking surcharge

The London Borough of Lewisham will exempt Euro 6 diesel cars from a new £50 diesel surcharge for residential parking permits. Critics of the original plan to impose charges on all diesels pointed out that the mayor of London’s ultra-low emission zone exempts Euro 6 vehicles.... continue

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8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

Hackney rolls out school streets

The London Borough of Hackney is planning to introduce traffic restrictions at the start and end of the school day at every primary school in the borough unless they opt out of the ‘school streets’ programme. Hackney has just introduced its eighth such scheme and has announced plans for... continue

8 Nov 2019Local Transport Today News

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