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National responses to COVID, driven partly by DfT-funded Active Travel monies and partly by necessity, have shown us how much, and how quickly, behaviours and thinking can change. And now, as the imminent threats from the pandemic recede, concerns about rapid climate change and the need for urgent action on transport decarbonisation are taking their place.
what’s been achieved across the UK
what we can learn from the first phases of rapid scheme planning and delivery
the ways in which we can embed positive new behaviours and thinking in the long term
engaging communities in decision-making and design
embedding active travel as a key element of net zero transport plans
Fast-tracked statutory guidance, published in May 2020, asked councils to reallocate road space for significantly-increased numbers of cyclists and pedestrians. Side streets were closed to through traffic to create low-traffic neighbourhoods and school streets, and to reduce rat-running while maintaining essential access for vehicles.
The £2 billion walking and cycling revolution, outlined in the July 2020 Gear Change plan, aimed at making England ‘a great walking and cycling nation’ and set out the actions needed to make this a reality:?
better streets for cycling and people
cycling and walking at the heart of decision-making
empowering and encouraging local authorities
enabling people to cycle, and protecting them when they do
robust behaviour change programmes: policy and funding frameworks need to reflect this
The professionals working in active travel over the past 18 months have a huge amount of new learning and insights to share, and Cycle Active City 2021 is the place to do it.
Cycle Active City is the annual gathering of the active travel community, and it’s long overdue. Sadly, we’ll have to wait until 2022 before we can meet again in person, but we’re designing a fully interactive online event, filled with workshops, advice surgeries, seminars and discussion.
LTN 1/20 compliant schemes (customised advice delivered via surgeries and drop-ins)
Preparing LCWIPs, network planning and active travel prioritisation
Creating value for money assessments and business cases
Segregation products - what has worked, what is needed?
What do successful schemes look like – case studies
Stakeholder and community buy in, consultation and co-design
Politician / councillor awareness and leadership
Learning from Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
Building in and funding behaviour change – including GP and social prescribing
Mini Hollands - planning for major transformation
Active travel toolkits and services
Policy, regulation and guidance: the levelling up agenda, ongoing review of the Highway Code, Transport Decarbonisation Plans and planning reform
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