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Westminster City Council will revamp its parking schemes so that residents and visitors are charged based on their vehicles’ tailpipe emissions.
The Government must do much more to speed up the transition to electric vehicles if it is to meet its net zero targets, including extending support for the rollout of charging infrastructure.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has refused to say when it will make a decision on giving councils the power to ban pavement parking, amid criticism that it has ‘sat on’ the issue for over three years.
An estimated £1m raised through Sheffield’s Clean Air Zone will be used to improve air quality near schools, the city council has said.
A 'must-attend' event in April will bring together the key parties in ADEPT’s £30m Live Labs 2 programme, which is trialling new ways to accelerate the decarbonisation of local highways infrastructure and assets.
Officials have confirmed that last year’s allocation of £200m government funding for cycling and walking excluded low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) because no LTN bid matched funding criteria rather than because ministers had blocked such schemes.
Edinburgh City Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to enforce a ban on pavement parking.
Transport for London (TfL) has announced up to £80.4m for boroughs to improve public transport, make walking and cycling safer and create new school streets.
Air pollution in Bristol is still above legal limits after the city council brought in a Clean Air Zone that exempts private vehicles.
Sara Ulrich, a resilience and wargaming expert at PA Consulting, asks why so many are waiting for fresh disruption before they act to build always-on resilience.
Jodi Savickas and Rachel Hiorns, placemaking and sustainable transport specialists at AtkinsRéalis, argue that there is a way forward for low traffic neighbourhoods, but that community buy-in will be crucial for schemes to work.
Mark Coates and Jordan Roddis of Bentley Systems ask what we can learn from city centre transport megaprojects in Paris and London.
Dominic Browne considers whether the 'Beeching of the ticket offices' plan can proceed after the public backlash.