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Category: Travel & transport

BetterPoints transport behaviour change for Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove City Council has commissioned BetterPoints technology to promote and measure active travel in the city. It will also monitor temporary infrastructure such as pop-up cycle lanes, extended pedestrian areas and Park Active car parks. The 12-month long BetterPoints programme is open to all residents and employees in the city, as well as…
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BetterPoints hits 10 million sustainable journeys

8 October was Clean Air Day, ‘the UK’s largest air pollution campaign’. And, as if we’d planned it, the number of active or sustainable travel journeys made by BetterPoints users had just passed 10 million. To mark Clean Air Day, we created a special medal for users of our app who walk or cycle today.…
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Cash boost to get more kids cycling and walking to school

As Bike to School Week kicked off yesterday (28 September), the UK government announced £2 million to get more young people and their families physically active: support to help more children cycle or walk as part of their journey to school in-school cycle repair scheme to ensure children’s bikes are fit for the road. Half…
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A lady using public transport in Norwich.

New transport funding to ‘transform’ Norwich, Portsmouth and South East Hampshire

The UK Department for Transport today published details of two lots of extra funding for local transport infrastructure. Portsmouth and South East Hampshire will receive £56 million from the Transforming Cities Fund to help overhaul local transport links in a bid to boost the local economy, open up jobs and services and give residents greater…
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Councils in England face big challenges for active travel

The UK Government has published its new plans for active travel in England. Although the document is titled Gear Change – A bold vision for cycling and walking, it is chiefly a manifesto for cycling (‘cycling’ is mentioned 143 times, ‘walking’ just 75 times). But it is bold. And local authorities will be held to…
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