A project which finds, records and shares the voices of the majority of Londoners who support per-mile road pricing.
Accelerating modal shift: Building-out a new model for policy levers that will reduce car use and increase green public transport alternatives
Expanding the successful ‘modal shift model’ to include a dataset on train choices.
Delivering projects that reduce carbon emissions in Merseyside in line with the Paris Agreement commitments and reaching net-zero by 2040.
A bold and radical campaign that aims to change women’s perspectives on what a cycle is/can be used for, by showing women that electric cycles can be useful vehicles for their everyday life rather than toys for sport or leisure.
A community alliance and campaign group working with advisors and Rule 6 parties to build the strongest possible case against the HIF1 road.
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.
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.
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.
Promoting a public Going Car Free month by supporting regular urban drivers in Oxford to trial going car free right now, whilst campaigning for structural change so more people can go car free in the future.