A project investigating the possible policy levers needed to help the UK achieve its necessary car mileage reduction targets.
How changing our approach to transport modelling could increase sustainability and prosperity.
A project which showcases how a working market can decarbonise its complex supply chains, reduce its contribution to local air
pollution, and create a more accessible, equitable and sustainable market experience for all.
The UK’s leading eco attractions working together to develop incentives to help visitors experience great green days out without their car.
Researching, developing, and modelling the business case for a new market-based mechanism designed to encourage more environmentally sustainable operational behaviours in the last-mile freight market.
Raising awareness of the vital importance of traffic reduction as part of the strategy to decarbonise transport, and to focus Government attention on what is needed to deliver this.
Encouraging football fans to walk, wheel and cycle to games, this project aims to work with clubs and fans to find greener, cleaner and more enjoyable ways to travel to football matches.
Making the concept of distance-based road pricing publicly and politically acceptable.
Working with business groups to make sure Scotland meets its new 20% traffic reduction target. The aim of this project is to shape Scottish Government transport policy so that the ambitious target is matched by equally ambitious action.
Developing a robustly tested package of alternatives to private car use in order to address the climate emergency and the impacts of traffic, and to influence the decision makers.
A project to encourage all London boroughs to implement key measures to dramatically improve air quality and road safety, boost active lifestyles, and reduce carbon emissions – often literally overnight.
Seeking clear commitments from the mayors of West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire to deliver a step-change in bus services in those regions – delivering the fares, timetables and routes that local people need.