Recent grants include
Transport Action Network (TAN) provides free support and advice to groups and individuals in England and Wales campaigning on sustainable transport. The focus of the support is normally around fighting bus cuts and damaging new roads, all of which increase car traffic and carbon emissions and create social exclusion.
TAN is also helping groups to network within the regions to enable them to better engage and influence the emerging regional (sub-national) transport bodies.
FIT funds two project from UK climate change charity, Possible. Its Frequent Flyer Levy campaign aims to replace Air Passenger Duty with a fairer, greener tax regime Its Climate Perks initiative, an employer kitemark scheme, empowers employees to make climate-friendly holiday travel choices by giving them additional paid ‘journey days’ to travel to their destinations by land or sea rather than air.
LCC’s Climate Safe Streets campaign lays out the decisions the next Mayor of London, due to be elected in 2021, must take to decarbonise the capital’s roads in the next 10 years. The grant is being used to boost the digital marketing of this campaign.
London transport campaigners, CPRE London, London Living Streets, London Cycling Campaign, RoadPeace, Sustrans, Mums for Lungs and Future Transport London publish a scorecard every year that measures London boroughs’ progress towards the Mayor’s Transport Strategy ‘healthy streets’ targets.
Action Vision Zero helps communities campaign for safe roads and streets where people want to walk, cycle and spend time. It provides evidence, proven policy ideas and one-to-one support to communities, campaigners and elected representatives.
Good Journey Network CIC
Good Journey is an independent organisation working to transform car-free travel to visitor attractions and venues in the UK. We work with attractions to improve and promote access by train, bus, bike and foot.
A campaign to inform and influence the National Transport Strategy Review (NTS2), the Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2) and the Scottish Government Transport Bill in the 2017/18 parliamentary year. To ensure that transport will deliver on equalities, public health and environmental sustainability. £20K grant
Campaign for Better Transport
Helping campaigners overturn bus cuts and make the case for improved bus services. Improving connections between rail and road, access to public transport and interchange between modes.
£150,000 grant over three years
Transport for New Homes
A field-based project to discover how and if new housing is being built around sustainable transport.
Shropshire Rural Bus Project
Professor John Whitelegg’s published a research project on the future of rural bus services in Shropshire in September 2020, available here. Applying European case studies he demonstrated that high quality rural buses (frequency, connectivity and integration) could be achieved in a typical English shire county.
20’s Plenty for Us
Outer London boroughs campaign for 20mph zones.