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It's not too late to prevent a driving apocalypse

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Whenever restrictions are eventually loosened, many travellers who would normally use mass transit may flock to individual modes of transportation, which do not require brushing shoulders with strangers. If cities and countries rapidly formulate coherent policies aimed at supporting the ...

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It's not too late to prevent a driving apocalypse

It's not too late to prevent a driving apocalypse

Whenever restrictions are eventually loosened, many travellers who would normally use mass transit may flock to individual modes of transportation, which do not require brushing shoulders ...

Which party’s general election pledges are best for cyclists?

Which party’s general election pledges are best for cyclists?

We compare the manifestos, from Labour’s £8.2bn a year to the Tories’ pothole fund

Physical distancing is here for a while – over 100 experts call for more safe walking and cycling space

Physical distancing is here for a while – over 100 experts call for more safe walking and cycling space

We've all seen the increases in people walking and cycling on shared paths so crowded it's almost impossible to maintain physical distancing. This must be fixed, and quickly.

Mayor of Greater Manchester unveils plans to reform bus operations

Mayor of Greater Manchester unveils plans to reform bus operations

The study could see the city become the first in the UK to exercise a new law that gives mayors the power to take bus services back under public control.

Prioritize Pedestrians And Cyclists Over Motorists, Urges UK Parliamentary Report

Prioritize Pedestrians And Cyclists Over Motorists, Urges UK Parliamentary Report

UK cities heading for gridlock, warns parliamentary committee urging switch to leg-power.

Fairness in a Car-dependent Society

Fairness in a Car-dependent Society

Fairness in a Car-dependent Society 2 — Fairness in Transport – Finding an alternative to car dependency – Sustainable Development Commission Contents Foreword 5 Executive summary 7 1 ...

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Re-energising Wales: Decarbonising Transport in Wales 35 39 Welsh Government, “Tackling loneliness and isolation in Wales is a national priority” – Huw Irranca-Davies, 14 February 2018 40 ...

Coronavirus is causing a biking surge—can it last when cities open up again?

Coronavirus is causing a biking surge—can it last when cities open up again?

Biking is suddenly the safest and most convenient way to get around a lot of cities—and cities are responding by making it easier to bike. But when people can start driving to work again, ...

Transport in the time of the Coronavirus crisis: what we need to do NOW.

Transport in the time of the Coronavirus crisis: what we need to do NOW.

I’m aware that most of us have, if anything, more tasks than usual to complete at this difficult time. There is also a natural reticence about “being political” at a time when many of us ...

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-Tuesday September 17-Saturday September 21 Virgen Blanca Square Saturday: 11.00-14.00 -Mobility Room An Escape Room where discovering in a fun and entertaining way how to move in a ...

Car-Free Cities in the Future?

Car-Free Cities in the Future?

Future mobility won’t mean flying cars or hypersonic trains. But, it will mean a new mode of consumption. A new model for society. New practices.  The transport sector is the biggest source ...

Covid-19 is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to reshape a basic human behavior

Covid-19 is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to reshape a basic human behavior

The transport sector has been affected as much as any by coronavirus. This isn’t a normal period of disruption, which is usually caused by failures in supply such as road accidents or ...

Mobility as a “Public” Service in Cities

Mobility as a “Public” Service in Cities

In the last decade hundreds of billions of dollars has been invested in EV companies, new charging infrastructure, mobility startups and public transport infrastructure. UITP in their ...

What’s the Alternative?

What’s the Alternative?

“They’re trying to force us out of our cars and on to buses and bikes”, “why are we spending money on cycleways when no-one uses them”. These statements and many more like them are a near ...