All welcome! Register now! The Act TravelWise Annual Conference will be held in the form of several online sessions held between 26-28 January 2021. The theme?: 'Creating a Blueprint for a Post-Covid World - Local, Connected, Clean & Active'.
Act TravelWise's Midlands region will hold its first web meeting on Tuesday 15 December 2020, featuring presentations on EATF implementation from a number of local authority areas. The first half (presentations) may be attended by members from any region.
When asked in surveys most people say they support traffic reduction measures, but the emergency measures introduced this year have generated widespread opposition, including vandalism and even death threats against some councillors. Why is this? And how can low-traffic measures be managed in the face of such backlashes? Join us on this free webinar on Wednesday 2 December.
The Act TravelWise London and South East regional group will have its first web meeting on Wednesday 25 November 2020, featuring presentations from Laura Wells of Brighton & Hove Council on EATF implementation and Rob Dickin of Transport for the South East with an update on the regional body's transport strategy and work programme.
More than 2,300 km of pop-up bike lanes have been announced by European cities, according to the ECF COVID Cycling Measures Tracker, and bicycle sales continue to boom. How can Europe’s cities harness this momentum to achieve a faster and more lasting shift towards more cycling? Hear from mayors across Europe in this free webinar led by ECF and CIE.
Join us to celebrate and debate ways to accelerate the transition to traffic-free city centres in London and around the world. Co-produced by London Car Free Day and Menged Le Sew (Open Streets Ethiopia). Multiple sessions held over two days. Free registration.
In this webinar on 15 September, we'll hear from bus and rail operators on how they're adapting services to the 'new normal', how they're seeking to bring back customers, and what the 'future normal' might look like.
On 2 July 2020, the Department for Transport announced the list of authorities to receive funding under the Emergency Active Travel Fund. Since then, these authorities have been working to get their plans ready. In this webinar on 14 September at the start of TravelWise Week, we'll hear from a mix of combined authorities and local authorities who will share their ambitious plans and how they intend to implement them on the ground to benefit local residents. To add an international perspective, we'll then hear from Athens - one of the leading cities across Europe also taking the opportunity to introduce a step-change in active travel infrastructure.
TPM is a major annual meeting place for all transport planners, highway engineers and urban transport designers. TPM 2020 will take place in a new online format from 2-3 September (postponed from June).
Join us for this timely free webinar learning from world-leading local authorities in the UK and abroad that are converting car space into space for active modes, temporarily and permanently, due to the current shift in priorities under COVID-19.