Christopher Hammond, Network Membership Director, reflects on our recent 'Lunchtime Learnings' webinar, discussing the the good, the bad and the ugly of transport interventions, with five steps discussed to smooth the delivery path.
A group of cross-party rural leaders, representing over 40% of the UK’s land area, have written to three ministers urging government to imbed a 'deeper understanding' of the countryside context when shaping the future of rural transport.
Leaders across Oxford gathered yesterday to commit to playing their part in achieving a Net Zero city. Cllr Tom Hayes explains why he believes Oxford can become zero carbon by 2040, a full decade ahead of the national legal target.
London’s Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues, lays out the Green New Deal, the local projects it supports and how achieving its ambitions cannot happen without London’s boroughs.
As Boris Johnson lays out his Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, our Policy Director Jason Torrance explains that, despite the welcome announcement, additional funding, policies and powers are vital.
We spoke to Cllr Clyde Loakes, Deputy Leader of Waltham Forest Council, about how the borough has been a pioneer for LTNs. In this interview he explains why ‘mini Hollands’ are so important, gives some insight to councils looking to do the same, and urges government to pick up the pace.
For Clean Air Day 2020 Oxford City Council’s Deputy Leader and Green Transport and Zero Carbon Oxford Cabinet Member, Cllr Tom Hayes, talks about how the city is ‘taking matters into its own hands’ and going beyond legal targets.