Home / Tag Archives: Government (page 2)

Tag Archives: Government

Funding commitment doubled for project to inspire more people to cycle

Funding has doubled for a flagship scheme to inspire more people to start or return to cycling in England after the Government today announced a £1 million investment in the project. The Big Bike Revival, run by Cycling UK, aims to incentivise the 42% of the population who have access …

Read More »

Sustrans welcomes Government’s urban strategy for future of mobility

Walking and cycling Sustrans has welcomed the Government’s Future of Mobility: Urban Strategy, which was announced yesterday. The review will explore regulations around new types of vehicles including e-scooters and e-cargo bike trailers, how sharing data can improve services by reducing congestion, and how journey planning and payment can be …

Read More »

Public Health England’s air quality review is ‘a significant step forward’

Public Health England’s air quality review is a ‘significant step forward’, walking and cycling charity Sustrans has said. The publication outlined a set of recommendations on how the Government can improve air quality, including banning cars outside schools, investing more in clean public transport and foot and cycle paths, as …

Read More »

Work begins on Doncaster community cycling facility

Work on a new cycling facility at Doncaster Dome has begun, thanks to a cash injection from the Places to Ride capital grants programme, designed to provide a ‘lasting legacy’ from the 2019 UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire. The site will be transformed into a modern cycling area and …

Read More »