Health & Transport
A new report from Living Streets
Making the Case for Investment in the Walking Environment...read more
Back to the Future for a Greener Britain
Health on The Move 2:
An update of the seminal report by the Health and Transport Study Group campaigning to create a safer, greener future for our children...read more
Road Safety Fund News from the Injury Observatory www.injuryobservatory.net
Created as the new global fund for road safety to support the implementation of the United Nations' Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, we direct funds from a range of donors – companies, governments, philanthropies and the public – to support road injury prevention programmes in countries and communities working to defeat this growing epidemic of road death and injury.
Seville – A case study on how the Spanish city of Seville increased the cycling share of commuter journeys from just 0.2% to 6.6% in under six years.
Seville has become a cycle friendly city that attracts up to 66,000 commuter and visitor cyclist daily. This case study demonstrates how infrastructure measures can be implemented for a faction of the cost of building new roads and highlights a number of action points for policy makers...view pdf
Articles from Sustrans:
Finally, the National Cycle Network app
Download our FREE 'The complete National Cycle Network' iPhone app today and explore:
25,000 miles of route (including all 13,000 miles of the Network)
great local detail (over 90,000 points of interest including shops, schools, bike shops, accommodation and attractions). GPS tracking (record your route and share it with your friends, even if they don't have an iPhone)
every bus stop and train station in the country with links to their timetables
A great 'go-to' app for getting around everyday - download it for FREE!
Want to commute by bike?
Get some really useful tips from this new site developed by Specialized, Sustrans and the CTC.
Take a look at the cyling commuter website
Super cool messenger bags in the shop now
"It makes me feel happy…and urm, kind of tired"
Meet Lauren, she attends a Sustrans supported school and loves nothing more than riding her bike to school.
Hear how your support makes a difference by watching Lauren's interview
If you want to see more kids like Lauren out on their bikes please make a donation and we'll do our level best to make it happen.
So what happened to all that Big Lottery Fund cash?
Work is under way on well over half our Big Lottery Fund funded walking and cycling schemes that will make everyday journeys by foot and bike a natural choice for around six million people.
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