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.
A project to look at what can be learned from the controversy around LTNs and how to build public support for measures to reduce car dominance and promote active transport.
A campaign to advocate for the measures needed to deliver on the Scottish government’s commitment to reduce car use.
A campaign to fight Highways England’s Port of Liverpool Access Scheme. This would see the destruction of Rimrose Valley Country Park: a vital community and environmental asset in a heavily urbanised part of north Liverpool.
StreetFocus aims to enable local authorities and communities to provide, for the first time, a user-friendly citizen-orientated national interface to planning applications.
A campaign to get meaningful commitments to the decarbonisation of transport into the manifestos of each of the main political parties for the Scottish Parliamentary elections in May 2021.
Advocating for 20 mph as the appropriate speed limit on streets where people walk, live and play.
A coalition of passengers, staff, environmental groups, older people and community groups campaigning for a better, publicly-controlled bus network in Greater Manchester.
Campaigning for new housing to be built close to existing town centres and public transport links.