Social change is critical to rapid decarbonisation, but can there really be a one-size-fits-all approach? How can we ensure that innovation in decarbonised transport is ready for all kinds of places – city and rural – and for different lifestyles, age groups and varying demographies?
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NHS Lunchtime Session - Cycling facilities and E-bikes in the NHS. UK NHS Trust Travel and Transport Managers and partners, share their experiences.
Wed, 30 June 2021 12:15 – 13:15
University Transport and Travel Managers share their work on bringing sustainable transport to campus for students , staff and visitors.
“The Walk to School: ensuring that every child that can, walks to school”
Co-organised by Living Streets and Act TravelWise this event will cover the importance of the Walk to School.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and Act TravelWise are organising an ADEPT LIVE LAB sponsored webinar on Network Resilience at 2:00pm Tuesday 8 June.
Speakers to include
Lucy Atkinson , Sustainability Project Manager, City of York: York E-Scooter trials
John Nichol , Principal Transport Planner , Warrington Council: Reclaiming the Paths
Kadambari Lokesh , DecarboN8 Research Fellow , ITS University of Leeds: Estimates of the Carbon Impacts of Commute Travel Restrictions due to COVID-19 in the UK
John Hacker , Director , TPS Consultants: Travel Choices Brand
Act TravelWise's Midlands region will hold its online meeting on the 11th of May @ 1:45pm.
The Covid19 pandemic and subsequent UK lockdown saw Public Transport bearing a heavy price in terms of passengers and fare revenues. With the roadmap out of lockdown progressing what are the opportunities for Public Transport recovery, specifically Bus usage in terms of the recently published Bus Strategy document?
Join our speakers to find out more.
Travelwise Week/European Mobility Week/World Car free day is always the 16th to 22nd September. It is the high point of the Sustainable transport year and this year is even more important. As the country emerges from Covid there is increased emphasis on active travel and getting public transport back on track.
Add to that the United Nations Climate Change Conference is happening in Glasgow on the 1st November for 12 days and the eyes of the world will be on the UK. We need to show that sustainable transport is a big part of the fight against climate change in the UK.
As well as our Annual Conference we have a number of regional and training events to look forward to for 2021.