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.
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.
Transport Deserts: Every village, every hour 2021 sets out what a comprehensive bus network for England would look like.
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.
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.
A campaign from Fusion Media, on a mission to show the British public that there is no better time to ride a bike.