The projects are being put in place in seven Cheshire East towns as a first phase to improve walking and cycling and improve access to town centres, areas for employment and schools.
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ARTM has launched Montréal’s first mobile fare solution with Transit app, covering all Montréal -area buses as well as BIXI bike share services.
Scotland's COVID-19 pop-up active infrastructure fund has now closed, but the Government has introduced a series of measures to incentivise local authorities to make these changes permanent.
Daniel Gillett, Policy Officer at Sustrans, suggests how the UK can get more people cycling during and beyond the pandemic, how new infrastructure can be integrated with existing transport networks, and how Government action should be long-term.
The strategy is part of the European Green Deal, which aims to achieve a 90 per cent reduction in transport emissions by 2050.
The partnership will offer tips and advice to those new to cycling, as well as provide information regarding bike storage and cycling routes.
Docking station numbers have more than doubled in the last 10 years, with riders now having access to 781 docking stations and more than 12,000 bikes, with an additional 1,700 new bikes currently being added to the fleet.
The Prime Minister has kickstarted Britain's 'cycling and walking revolution,' with plans including 'cycling prescriptions' and free training, higher cycling infrastructure standards and a national e-bike programme.
The Welsh Government has announced £38 million to make walking, cycling and scooting safer and more accessible across Wales.
Benelux transport ministers have called on the European Commission, EU member states and regional authorities to embrace and promote cycling as part of the sustainable recovery from COVID-19, offering a series of recommendations.
The design has been lauded by experts nationally and internationally, with the approach being adopted in Cambridge, Lancashire and Ottawa in Canada.
The polling was commissioned by Centre for London to explore Londoners’ changing attitudes to travel during the COVID-19 crisis, and the potential impacts on the city’s transport network once lockdown is over.
The London Cycling Campaign (LCC) has published a research paper, arguing that road-legal micromobility technologies, with safe access to cycle tracks, will significantly contribute to the decarbonisation of the UK.