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Supporting people and groups pressing for more sustainable transport in England and Wales. TAN are also enabling change at a national level by challenging the Government’s road building plans, legally and politically, and in the national media.
Campaigning for new housing to be built close to existing town centres and public transport links.
A coalition of passengers, staff, environmental groups, older people and community groups campaigning for a better, publicly-controlled bus network in Greater Manchester.
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.
Transport Deserts: Every village, every hour 2021 sets out what a comprehensive bus network for England would look like.
Appointed FIT Senior Fellow in 2020, working with Professor John Whitelegg, on the theme of transport and climate change.
Appointed FIT Senior Fellow in 2020, working with Professor Phil Goodwin, on the theme of transport and climate change.
The Travelling Light project sets out to deliver transformative and sustainable change in the way local people and visitors travel in, and to, the Hope Valley.
Fit funded Possible's Frequent Flyer Levy campaign, which aims to replace Air Passenger Duty with a fairer, greener tax regime and its Climate Perks initiative, which empowers employees to make climate-friendly holiday travel choices.
Advocating for 20 mph as the appropriate speed limit on streets where people walk, live and play.
A not-for-profit organisation currently developing ‘A Manifesto for Decarbonising Transport’.
Supporting groups and individuals campaigning to end death and serious injuries on the roads where they live.
A project from CPRE London, working with local campaigners and groups to challenge local authorities to place parking more centrally in their policy toolbox.
The Race to Zero Innovation awards will award five young people aged 16 to 35 for sustainable transport solutions they would like to implement.
Raising awareness of the damage that the proposed A38 road scheme will cause to the environment and wildlife.
A campaign from Fusion Media, on a mission to show the British public that there is no better time to ride a bike.
Representing thousands of people who are opposed to the proposed Lower Thames Crossing.
Studying the potential for Britain to adopt Switzerland’s timetable practices. This system rests on the philosophy of securing a basic level of provision of public transport for all but the smallest of settlements.
Developing the case for the Lake District and Peak District National Park Authorities to take on transport powers.
Conducting an analysis of the discourse that has emerged in response to trial Low-Traffic Neighbourhoods in collaboration with FIT senior fellow Professor Phil Goodwin.
Developing a methodology to identify potential Mobility Hub locations in the South West region of England, using geographical modelling techniques and a wide range of datasets.
Researching opportunities to integrate heritage/private railways into national rail networks to enable urgent affordable expansion of local public transport.
Beate Kubitz was awarded a fellowship in June 2020 to study how rural and suburban transport could unlock Mobility as a Service (MaaS).