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Tag: Active Travel Fund

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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Free webinar: Make Tranche 2 a success with a measurable behaviour change programme

The UK Government today announced the allocations for Tranche 2 of its Emergency Active Travel Fund. An important difference from Tranche 1 is the emphasis on monitoring reports and the requirement to provide them.  Join us on Tuesday 17 November for a free webinar from Mobilityways and BetterPoints about how the right interventions can deliver both increased uptake of your active travel initiatives and detailed…
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£180m Emergency Active Travel Fund – DEADLINE 7 AUGUST

In May, UK Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, announced a multi-million pound Emergency Active Travel Fund to help local authorities create an environment that was safer for both walking and cycling. The fund was divided into two tranches. The first has passed, but the second – and much larger – tranche of £180 million is still up…
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Record funding announced for Active Travel in Wales

The Welsh Government has announced the allocation of a new multi-million pound funding package for local authorities across Wales to develop their walking and cycling networks. Earlier this week, Lee Waters, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, announced £38m for active travel and road safety. Of that, a dedicated Active Travel Fund of £20m will…
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Shapps announces £2 billion package to create ‘new era for cycling and walking’

UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced £2 billion of funding to ‘boost greener, active transport’. The first stage will be rolled out in the coming weeks and includes plans for pop-up bike lanes with protected space for cycling, wider pavements, safer junctions, and cycle and bus-only corridors. The Government’s statement says the plans will…
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