A coalition mobilising 100 local campaigns asking for key, specific, neighbourhood by neighbourhood changes across London to deliver radical change and traffic reduction.
The first analysis of the realistic potential of shared transport.
A coalition-based campaign from a wide range of activists to bring the buses of the West of England into public control using the franchising powers vested in the Metro Mayor, and thereby reducing car dependency.
Challenging the government’s greenlight for aviation growth by route mapping the demand reduction needed to 2030 in the fairest way: moving frequent flyers towards train travel while protecting occasional flights for people who already fly rarely.
Seeking to understand the political decision making process in relation to transport policies and the role that it plays alongside technical work to set the transport policy agenda and funding priorities in the UK.
A group which provides a primary source of information and focal point for cyclists in Dundee, together with campaigning for the development of comprehensive and safe cycling infrastructure throughout the city.
A volunteer group focused on developing and maintaining the local path network around the Sidlaw Hills in SW Angus, Perth and Kinross, and Dundee.
Updating the Pedestrian Pound document to make the economic case for investing in better high streets and centres of economic and community activity for walking.
Presenting the case and roadmap for rapid and deep reductions in transport emissions as part of the move to a fairer transport system.
Making it easier and safer for everyone to get around Eastbourne by bicycle.
Introducing new communities and individuals to the world of cycling through the delivery of a programme on repairing, recycling and upcycling pre-loved bikes.
Bus Regulation: The Musical features performers on roller skates to re-enact the history of public transport provision in the Merseyside region from the post-war period to the present day.