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New advice for councils on cycling for everyone

New advice for councils on cycling for everyone

A new report shows large unmet demand for cycling from ethnic minority and disadvantaged groups. Cycling for Everyone, by Sustrans and Arup, highlights inequalities within cycling... continue

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Re-imagining community placemaking and transport planning

The Royal College of Art (RCA) has announced a major new research project to reimagine community placemaking and transport planning.  The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the current fragility of our interconnected world: from the importance of our local communities to the impacts on global... continue

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Fairer fares may help to shift peak demand

Fairer fares may help to shift peak demand

Dr Katharina Burger from the University of Bristol, with Raffaello Rossi from the University of Bristol and Elisa Becker from the University of Exeter are... continue

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£40m funding for school transport restart

£40m funding for school transport restart

Juliana O'Rourke

Thousands of students will be supported with new dedicated school and college transport to get them to school or college... continue

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East Yorkshire buses go bike-friendly

East Yorkshire buses go bike-friendly

Hull and East Yorkshire will become one of the first areas in the country to have bike-friendly buses, in a £2m investment by one of the... continue

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The Urban Challenge: do you have policy, practice or design ideas to share?

Urban Design London is starting a new initiative in September – an Urban Challenge.  The idea is to highlight, support and pull together great ideas for changing places.   Do you have an idea for a change to policy, practice or design approaches, learning from 2020 experiences,... continue

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Traffic management powers shake-up

The DfT is to finally give highway authorities in England outside London the power to enforce moving traffic offences such as banned turns and yellow box junction infringements. Councils in London already have the powers. Ministers have long resisted calls for the powers to be extended elsewhere,... continue

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Active Travel England to grade council delivery ‘like Ofsted’

Active Travel England to grade council delivery ‘like Ofsted’

Andrew Forster

The Government’s new body Active Travel England will... continue

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Franchises for freight

Councils could pilot franchises for deliveries and waste management services as a way of reducing vehicle movements.  The DfT says it will work across Government and with  stakeholders to explore how councils can “better co-ordinate the number of deliveries and waste collections in... continue

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Road appraisal ‘flawed’

Road scheme appraisals are  flawed because the base case scenarios, against which schemes are assessed, exclude policies to achieve the Government’s net zero target for greenhouse gas emissions, an academic has claimed. Writing in this issue, Phil Goodwin says the base case should... continue

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Correct model’s trip forecasting errors, practitioners urge DfT

Correct model’s trip forecasting errors, practitioners urge DfT

Transport planners have urged the DfT to improve its core travel demand model to stop it over-estimating trip rates, particularly in big cities such as London and Manchester.    Concerns about the National Trip End Model (NTEM) forecasts... continue

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Guidance for updating NTEM land-use assumptions

New guidance on how changed land-use planning assumptions, such as housing projections, can be incorporated into transport modelling in between updates to the National Trip End Model (NTEM), has been published by the DfT.  NTEM, the trip generation model for England and Wales, is only updated... continue

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UK’s productivity fall prompts GDP cut for transport appraisal

Transport project promoters in England should incorporate lower economic growth projections from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) in their scheme appraisals, the DfT has said. The OBR has recently published two sets of lower GDP projections. The first were issued in March and do not... continue

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DfT prepares Covid-19 scenarios

The DfT is preparing travel demand scenarios that will reflect possible long-term impacts of Covid-19.  The scenarios are part of a wider work programme on using scenarios in business cases, and the treatment of uncertainty in appraisal and modelling. “We will be ensuring that the... continue

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Higher value of CO2 for appraisal

Transport project promoters seeking DfT funding  must assess their schemes using a higher monetised value of carbon dioxide emissions.  The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is currently leading a cross-departmental review of carbon valuation, which will... continue

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Appraisal period reviewed

The DfT is to consult on what should be the appropriate length of appraisal period for all types of transport scheme.   It currently recommends an appraisal period of 60 years from the scheme opening year for projects expected to have indefinite lives. “In practice there is a large... continue

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Nationally set Infrastructure Levy to replace S106 and CIL

Nationally set Infrastructure Levy to replace S106 and CIL

Sweeping reforms to England’s planning system were announced by the Government this week, including replacing the Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) developer contribution systems with a new nationally set... continue

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SYPTE & buses reviewed

The Sheffield City Region Combined Authority is launching a review of the conurbation’s bus network. It also plans to fully integrate South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE) into the combined authority structure.   The bus network will be reviewed on a district-by-district... continue

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Sunday lorry ban – not council policy

Hampshire County Council says it has no firm plan for a Sunday lorry ban in the county. The Road Haulage Association and Freight Transport Association have both criticised the idea which was listed in a carbon reduction action plan presented to councillors last month (LTT 24 Jul).  A council... continue

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