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Walk zones meet personalised travel planning - PWLC Projects

Over the last year and a half we’ve been working with 12 of Haringey’s schools to target parents who continue to drive to school. We’ve had a lot of fun implementing our successful air quality and walking zone workshops - pupils go outside to plot the zones themselves, creating a realistic walk zone map for their school.

Bristol Airport Bus and Rail Connections Leaflet

Bristol Airport is the ninth largest airport in the UK, handling more than 7.5m passengers flying to over 120 destinations across 30 countries.

Grab a sidekick and become a Super Commuter this Liftshare Week 2018

This Liftshare Week you don’t need to be bitten by a radioactive spider, be exposed to gamma rays or put on a cape to transform into a Super Commuter.

15% discount at POGU

Modeshift partner POGU is offering 15% discount off all products ordered by 30th September. For more information or to order contact tiffany@pogu.co.uk

Opportunities to join the Modeshift Board - now open, apply today.

Joining the Modeshift Management has been described by current board members as a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Board members have the opportunity to shape the future of the organisation whilst developing skills, experience and knowledge in sustainable travel.

Have you booked your place on our Introduction to Travel Plans CPD course?

Modeshift "Introduction to Travel Plans' CPD Accredited Training (Sheffield)

Voting is open for the National Sustainable Travel Awards 2018

Well done to the 26 finalists in this year's National Sustainable Travel Awards. A huge thank you to all Members who submitted an application and commiserations to those that have not been shortlisted on this occasion.

Love to Ride - Cycle September

Why do active travel levels increase after 1 day with Scoot Fit?

Think Global! From Room 9 Media

Whilst we were recently on holiday in Kefalonia, I couldn’t resist the temptation to pick up half a dozen manky plastic bottles off an otherwise glorious wildlife-friendly beach. If I’d been spotted I would have felt pretty embarrassed which is obviously not a feeling shared by those who’d dumped them in the first place.

So how does this fit into sustainable travel I hear you say?!

The simple fact is that if we’re promoting a message about sustainable travel we are, like it or not, part of a larger environmental movement. We can turn this to our advantage to make our point within the context of wider global concerns.

The Wider Picture

In the last twelve months, we’ve all become painfully aware of the massive problems of plastic in our oceans. The site of huge mounds of floating plastic and wildlife feeding on it, has rightly caused universal alarm. People are seriously looking for alternatives to plastic on an unprecedented scale.

And yes, there’s also plenty that we can say about this from our standpoint.

As you know, plastic starts its life as oil, much of which is extracted from the seabed where it tragically returns in the form of endless plastic bottles and literally tonnes of discarded packaging.

On the other side, petrol - fuelled vehicles pollute the air which in turn send acid rain into roads and industry gets washed into rivers and ends up in the sea.

Where to start


As part of our small contribution to linking sustainable travel to the health of our oceans, we’ve produced a simple activity brochure ‘Air, land and sea’’ which gives students the opportunity to learn about the benefits of sustainable travel. It is accompanied by a webpage www.room9media/ALS which links to some leading interactive websites on the topic.

So if you wish to "Think global, act local" you may wish to consider the air, land or the sea to give an overview before you tackle those parents who won’t stop revving up their engines outside the school gates....

For more information contact john@room9media.com or visit http://room9media.com














Inquiry into boosting take-up of active travel options

The Transport Committee has launched an inquiry to consider ways of increasing active travel across England.

Switching from motorised transport to walking and cycling has clear benefits for people's health and the environment. But the take-up of active travel varies widely across England, and is far behind other European countries such as the Netherlands and Denmark.

The reasons for low take-up vary, but it is often due to perceived safety risks, poor planning, quality of street design and supporting infrastructure. For many, the private car is still viewed as a much more convenient alternative.

The Transport Committee is calling for submissions on a range of areas. For further information including how you can get your views heard visit https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/transport-committee/news-parliament-2017/active-travel-launch-17-19/

Meet the Modeshift Team - Michael Kitchen


Job title: Youth Travel Ambassador Team Leader at Transport for London / London Transport Museum


Modeshift Board Responsibility: Regional representative for London


How long have you been with Modeshift?
I have been a board member since November 2017.


If you could only choose to promote one way to travel, what would it be and why? Cycling because of the sense of freedom you get each time you get on a bike. You get exercise without even realising it and you can literally see the world by bike – my great grandparents travelled Europe by bike well into their 70s!


Tell us something we didn’t know about you?
I used to be a professional dancer/choreographer – dance, travel, it’s all about movement! I performed with RPM Dance Theatre, Bollywood Grooves and Paraiso School of Samba.


What’s your biggest work achievement to date? Developing the YTA programme resources, methodology and audience to the success it is today. First as one of the original team members and now as Team Leader. We now have over a third of London schools engaged in safe and sustainable travel and are seeing some impressive modal shift with our active travel focus schools.


What do you do for fun? I love to explore whether it’s my own city (there’s always new places to discover in London), the Chilterns or experiencing the wildlife of Brazil.

Meet the Modeshift Team - Nicky Batkin

Modeshift Board MembersJob title: With Modeshift it's Awards Officer. In my day job, I'm Senior School Travel Advisor at Ealing Council.

Modeshift Board Responsibility: Managing the National Sustainable Travel Awards.

How long have you been with Modeshift? I have been a board member since October 2012.

If you could only choose to promote one way to travel, what would it be and why? Definitely walking! It’s a good form of exercise and travel, it’s free, you don’t need any equipment and, because I’m quite nosey, I get to see what’s going on around me.

Tell us something we didn’t know about you? I volunteer! Not just for Modeshift but also at events, festivals and for community projects. This summer I ‘worked’ at British Summer Time in Hyde Park, London and will be at Children in Need’s CarFest South, over the Bank Holiday weekend. Earlier this year I ‘worked’ at a settlement in Cape Town, South Africa where I helped at a school and in the community. All great experiences that I would highly recommend!

What’s your biggest work achievement to date? Working single-handedly, and on a very low budget, to support schools in Bucks achieve Modeshift STARS accreditation, resulting in Bucks having the highest number of STARS accredited schools in the country. On a personal note, it came as a complete surprise to be presented with an award, at the Modeshift Convention in 2016, for my Contribution to the National School Travel Awards.

What do you do for fun? I’m a well travelled tourist and love to plan holidays with my family and friends. I enjoy short city breaks and long haul adventures.

Grants to encourage more Londoners to take up cycling

TfL has launched a fourth year of 'Cycle Grants London' funding, managed by Groundwork London, which will enable up to 30 more projects to make cycling more accessible to all Londoners.

The programme is aimed at groups that are traditionally under-represented in cycling, such as through income, health, ability, skills and access to a bike.

The closing date is 17th September. For more information visit https://tfl.gov.uk/info-for/media/press-releases/2018/july/grants-to-encourage-more-londoners-to-take-up-cycling

More Cyclists Make the Roads Safer

The new study "Living. Moving. Breathing. Ranking of European Cities in Sustainable Transport" shows that more cyclists and pedestrians can make cities safer. The ranking, compiled by the Wuppertal Institute and funded by Greenpeace, compared 13 metropolises in terms of public transport, road safety, air quality, mobility management, and the proportion of cyclists and pedestrians. The result: Amsterdam and Copenhagen, residents travel about a third of their trips by bicycle, and these cities have the fewest bicycle accidents.

For more information visit https://wupperinst.org/en/a/wi/a/s/ad/4338/

How Brightkidz Can Help You



Do you want more engagement with schools this autumn? Are you looking for products and information to inspire active travel? Are you interested in more partnership working?

Here at Brightkidz we've been working hard to find more ways of supporting schools and school travel professionals to promote active travel. Here are a few of things we've got lined up for you:

1. School flyer: We are still taking requests from local authorities for printed copies of our forthcoming Brightkidz flyer for schools. Features include 'Parking Perils' and other info and products to support safe, active travel to school. If you would like a printed copy for each of your schools please let us know by 20 August. A pdf will also be available.

2. New Brightkidz Website: We are packing our brand new website with plenty of walk, cycle, scoot and road safety information, case studies and products. Look out for the launch on 1 September. https://brightkidz.co.uk/

3. New products: 'Inspiring active travel' is what Brightkidz is about and we've added more products to our range to support this eg pop up police people to keep the school gates clearer and high vis cycling gloves.

4. Not Just Bright Things: As well as our Brightkidz range we offer traditional promotional products on our new sister site at http://www.brightkidz.promoideas.info/- 100% of profits are ploughed back into Brightkidz to support our social goals.

5. New partners: We love working with other organisations who have similar aims. The Child Brain Injury Trust is our newest partner and we have started working with them to support their autumn #GloWeek campaign raising awareness of being bright and seen for when the clocks go back this autumn. Please get in touch if your organisation is interested in partnering with us too.

Finally, why not beat the autumn rush by getting in touch with us now to discuss all your autumn term active travel campaign needs?


Enjoy the rest of the summer!

Alison Holland, Brightkidz

projects@brightkidz.co.uk




Nominations are Open for the National STARS School Travel Awards


We are inviting Local Authorities to nominate their Schools for the Modeshift STARS Regional Awards. The awards take place in this autumn and will recognise schools that have shown Best Practice in Sustainable Travel.  Schools can be nominated in the following categories:
  • Best Early Years/Nursery
  • Best Primary School(including infant and Junior Schools) 
  • Best Secondary
  • Best SEND
At the awards the Modeshift STARS Schools of the Region will be announced. Those schools will be invited to attend the Modeshift STARS National School Travel Awards to stand the chance of winning the coveted National STARS School of the Year title.

Deadlines for Nominations Close on Friday 17th August 2018

To begin preparing your nominations, please login to the STARS site and visit https://modeshiftstars.org/admin/accreditationApplicatons.php and then select the ‘National Awards Submissions’ tab where you will find further instructions on completing your nominations.

Modeshift CPD Accredited Training – “Introduction to Travel Plans”

We are looking forward to hosting our next ‘Introduction to Travel Plans” CPD Accredited Training, which will be taking place in Sheffield on the 2nd October.

Effective travel planning is a key issue that we see on a day to day basis throughout all of our regions. No longer are we in the days when a travel plan sits on a shelf gathering dust waiting for the moment for someone to gaze upon it only for a single snippet of information.

Effective travel planning is about the full cycle process of creating, developing and delivering on the travel plan. It is only with this process that you can ensure a travel plan works towards its intended objectives and delivers local impact, whether it be a school, work place or a residential area.

We have developed this course with local authority members of staff in mind that are new to this area and will be working with schools, work places and/or residential travel plans. Specifically, the course will look at: Introducing travel plans, developing the travel plan document, travel plan initiatives and what makes an effective travel plan.

If you would like more information about the Introduction to Travel Plans course that is taking place in Sheffield on the Tuesday 2nd October, visit https://www.modeshift.org.uk/events

Meet the Modeshift Team - Denise Adolphe

Modeshift Board MembersJob title: Active Travel and Health Manager at London Borough of Haringey

Modeshift Board Responsibility: Communications Officer

How long have you been with Modeshift? Since 2014.

If you could only choose to promote one way to travel, what would it be and why? I really love cycling, but I would have to choose walking because I love love love walking to work. It’s an hour and a half and 5.5 miles each way and it takes me through some beautiful marshes, over the canal and through some lovely quiet roads. It gives me time to think along the way, and sometimes I meet my colleague and we walk the last hour together which gives us time to have a good natter.

Tell us something we didn’t know about you? I was learning to roller skate but I was so rubbish at it that I haven’t been since March. I’m trying to work up the courage to go back.

What’s your biggest work achievement to date? Every year since 2013 I have organised our Saddle and Sole Festival of Walking and Cycling with Hackney and Islington Council. It’s a fantastic event which this year was attended by over 2000 people, giving them the chance to take part in cycle rides, cycle training, get a free bike service, fun walks, orienteering and much more.

What do you do for fun? I love visiting different places with the children. This year we haven’t had the funds to go abroad so we have just come back from a lovely holiday in Bournemouth, which my 7 year old son said was the best holiday ever. I’m also planning to take them to Warwick Castle later in the month which they have never been to before.

free2cycle- Motivating Sustainable Commuting

free2cycle is shaking things up and enabling sustainable, measurable carbon reduction for individuals, organisations and government by motivating active commuting. With only around a 4% using a bike on a regular basis we have a long way to go to emulate the likes of Holland or cities like Cambridge.

We are at a tipping point, the challenges of inactivity and the problems it causes and the critical need to value and improve our environment weigh one side of the scale. On the solution side of the scale we have: Technology which allows us to measure the environmental benefit of each commute mile and e-bikes with opens up cycling to a much wider market; Removal of barriers to entry, with free2cycle there is no upfront cost to organisations who only fund measurable results and earn a healthy return and measurable environmental savings while individuals earn a bike of their choice by riding it rather than paying for it.

I believe we have a responsibility to take advantage of every opportunity to address wellbeing and sustainability. The good news is that awareness has never been greater. We do however need more people to step up to the plate, do the right thing, now! We can’t afford an increasing number of people and families being exposed to ill health, depression or early death simply because we are not motivating people to take responsibility for their own wellbeing and that of our environment.

To find out more about free2cycle hop over to https://www.free2cycle.com/

Augmented reality brings ‘a bit of magic’ to pre-school road safety education

The new generation of The Children’s Traffic Club (CTC) has been launched by Zinc Communicate, a multi-sensory augmented reality (AR) road safety and active travel education programme for under- fives. The CTC Let’s Go Resource Pack helps parent/carers and their children understand safe, sustainable and active travel choices whilst having fun as they learn to travel out and about. The resource comes to life when used with the App and with a mobile device camera, images come to life with 3D scenes and characters.

The Children’s Traffic Club (CTC) has evolved over time, embracing developments in education and technology, using AR and mobile technology to help enrich children’s understanding of safer and active travel. The new ‘Let’s Go’ resource pack aims to make road safety education magical whilst reinforcing lifesaving messages and encouraging good behaviour on the road.

The pack includes the Lets’ Go Activity & Learning Book featuring six themed sections and accompanying flashcards that can be used with or without the free app.

It includes ideas and suggestions for ‘grown-ups’ on how the learning can be extended and fun activities to practice, repeat and reinforce good habits and not forgetting new stickers to reward the children.

The Club features the original six child characters, updated to represent the main ethnic groups in the UK, and reflecting a wide range of cultural backgrounds. The popular balloon characters also reinforce their learning to maximise the retention of these messages.

Zinc Communicate is looking to collaborate with partners and sponsors for the Club in all areas across the UK. To find out more contact Sandie - 07725 964412 or Racheal - 07584 238744]or visit http://www.childrenstrafficclub.com/

HomeRun reduces car usage by 15% during the school commute.

HomeRun is an innovative app that connects and empowers school communities with the technology they require to make a difference and improve their journeys.

We have recently completed a successful one year trial with a number of schools across Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire. The benefits observed have resulted in both local authorities deciding to offer HomeRun across all of their schools.

Please visiting the following page to see how we reduced car usage on the school commute: www.homerun-app.com/modeshift-benefits

Want to find out more about HomeRun?

Please contact us by emailing info@homerun-app.com

Meet the Modeshift Team - Jen Holden

Name: Jen Holden

Job title: Policy Officer at Transport for Greater Manchester

Modeshift Board Responsibility: North West Rep

How long have you been with Modeshift? 3 years

If you could only choose to promote one way to travel, what would it be and why? Walking – you see so much more than you do travelling by other modes and it’s the most accessible form of transport. In Manchester at the moment we have over 100 giant bee sculptures dotted around as part of the ‘Bee In The City’ project. It’s such a fun and colourful trail and each bee is designed by a different local artist – it’s a really great way to get people walking across the citywww.beeinthecitymcr.co.uk

Tell us something we didn’t know about you? I love baking and have probably made myself quite popular with my colleagues as I regularly bring in goodies from different recipes I have tried out!

What’s your biggest work achievement to date? Probably setting up and delivering a travel support scheme for apprentices in my previous role at TfGM. There were lots of hurdles to overcome but it’s great to now see people benefitting from the offer.

What do you do for fun? I’m a big football fan so you’ll find me most weekends cheering on my local team, Oldham Athletic. Although I’m not sure that could actually be classed as fun!

Community parklets coming to residential streets in Hackney

People in Hackney are being encouraged to come up with their own ideas and host brand new mini-parks as part of a new Council trial to reclaim the borough’s roads from cars.

The mini-parks - known as parklets - will replace individual parking bays on streets and transform the spaces for community use.

Applications for the trial open this Wednesday 25 July with a roadshow on Broadway Market showcasing two parklets, one of which will be set up by People's Parking Bay campaigner, Brenda Puech, where people will be able to get a flavour of the scheme and get inspired to host their own.

Residents’ ideas for parklets could include planters, benches, games, notice boards or anything else they can think of, with successful applicants able to access grants of up to £150 to help with the cost of setting them up.

Cllr Feryal Demirci, Deputy Mayor of Hackney, said: “We’re delighted to deliver on our commitment to residents to launch a residential parklets scheme. This is in line with the ambition in our Liveable Neighbourhoods Plan to make sure that by 2025, Hackney has the most liveable and sustainable neighbourhoods and streets in London.

“Only 35% of households in Hackney own a car. Our parklets scheme will help reclaim our streets from the car and open up spaces to the whole community. By encouraging local people to join forces and host their own parklets, they will not only be able to make their street a better place, but work with their neighbours in the process. I can’t wait to see the ideas we get, and look forward to visiting the finished parklets.”

The trial scheme will support 15 parklets, which will be in place from one to six months. The most successful parklets may then be able to apply to become permanent.

Residents can find out more and apply to host a parklet at www.hackney.gov.uk/parklets.

Applications close on 26 August 2018.

The Broadway Market parklets roadshow will be open at 10am-6.30pm on Wednesday 25 July.

For more information, contact press@hackney.gov.uk.

Augmented reality brings ‘a bit of magic’ to pre-school road safety education

The new generation of The Children’s Traffic Club (CTC) has been launched by Zinc Communicate, a multi-sensory augmented reality (AR) road safety and active travel education programme for under- fives. The CTC Let’s Go Resource Pack helps parent/carers and their children understand safe, sustainable and active travel choices whilst having fun as they learn to travel out and about. The resource comes to life when used with the App and with a mobile device camera, images come to life with 3D scenes and characters.

The Children’s Traffic Club (CTC) has evolved over time, embracing developments in education and technology, using AR and mobile technology to help enrich children’s understanding of safer and active travel. The new ‘Let’s Go’ resource pack aims to make road safety education magical whilst reinforcing lifesaving messages and encouraging good behaviour on the road.

The pack includes the Lets’ Go Activity & Learning Book featuring six themed sections and accompanying flashcards that can be used with or without the free app.

It includes ideas and suggestions for ‘grown-ups’ on how the learning can be extended and fun activities to practice, repeat and reinforce good habits and not forgetting new stickers to reward the children.

The Club features the original six child characters, updated to represent the main ethnic groups in the UK, and reflecting a wide range of cultural backgrounds. The popular balloon characters also reinforce their learning to maximise the retention of these messages.

Zinc Communicate are looking to collaborate with partners and sponsors for the Club in all areas across the UK. If you are interested to learn more please visit our website www.childrenstrafficclub.com

Meet the Modeshift Team - Kat Harrison

Modeshift BoardJob title: Senior Transport Planner, Sheffield City Council

Modeshift Board Responsibility: Regional Adviser for the North East and Yorkshire and the Humber

How long have you been with Modeshift? Since 2016.

If you could only choose to promote one way to travel, what would it be and why?Cycling – its fun, fast and efficient.

Tell us something we didn’t know about you? I actually live in the mountains of Snowdonia – ssshhhh!!!

What’s your biggest work achievement to date? Setting up and running the South Yorkshire 10 day Active Travel challenge, it’s increasingly popular with schools in the area, in June we had a 100 schools register, reaching over 30,000 children with over half of those children successfully completing the challenge. Budgets have been cut year on year and other funding sources increasingly difficult to find so it’s amazing to see the scheme become ever popular and inspire new schools to get active on the journey to school.

What do you do for fun? Disappear off in the campervan with my partner and the dog to climb, cycle, walk and relax in beautiful places.

Leicestershire County Council: 'Make your own map' portal

In 2017 Leicester and Leicestershire were successful in securing a £3.2milllion Sustainable Travel Access Fund joint award to support a three-year programme of sustainable transport schemes. The funding enables the City and County to extend and deliver more sustainable transport projects under the 'Choose How You Move' branding and focusses on the west of the city and neighbouring areas of the county.

'Choose How You Move' aims to improve access to jobs, training and education, and as part of the on-going project, Leicestershire County Council asked Pindar Creative to create a portal that would enable schools and workplaces to produce their own leaflets featuring a site-specific map.

For more information visit https://www.pindarcreative.co.uk/news/20180716-leicestershires-make-your-own-map-portal.html

Cyclepods Supporting British Industry

Cyclepods use UK manufacturers to support British Industry and also for environmentally friendly aspects such as reduction in shipping needs. We are committed to making the world a better place, both through supporting healthy lifestyles and sustainable travel choices. Our ‘Pod’ range are all made from recycled, and where possible recyclable, plastic (or medium density polyethylene (MDPE) to use it’s proper name!).

A few weeks ago we visited one of our manufacturers based in Cornwall, Revolutions Mouldings, and had the great opportunity of meeting with Sheryll Murray MP (South East Cornwall) and Cllr Nick Craker. We were given a tour of the factory and shown how our products were manufactured using a rotational moulding process.

It is of great importance to us is that the way in which our products are manufactured is as sustainably as possible, which is why we are delighted that Revolution Mouldings now use 100% renewable electricity!

“We’re delighted to be supplying renewable electricity to Revolution Mouldings and to provide a certificate to that effect. At Haven Power, we believe that renewable energy is good for the world and good for business. It’s great to see that UK companies of all sizes share this sentiment, and that firms like Revolution Mouldings are striving to achieve their sustainability goals as well as their commercial ambitions.”

Paul Sheffield, Chief Operating Officer at Haven Power

Revolution Mouldings have been manufacturers of 4 of our most popular MDPE products for over 9 years; the Cyclepod, Spacepod, Minipod and Streetpod.

Most of you will know our Minipods by now; designed for schools, we have installed Minipods in around 2,700 schools across the UK. During Sheryll Murray’s visit, we showed her one of our ‘Streetpods’. A bestselling product for Cyclepods which Revolution Mouldings have manufactured over 4,000 of for installation across the UK! The Streetpod is one of our most popular products and the most secure freestanding cycle stand on the market, it has been tested to Sold Secure Silver standard and is endorsed by the Police.

“I was delighted to visit Revolution Mouldings in Kelly Bray near Callington. I was shown how this superb local enterprise manufacture various plastic moulding products, for clients all over the UK. The company were manufacturing bicycle storage units when I visited for a business called Cyclepods. This growing local business is a real success story in my constituency which employs local people, utilises recycled plastics and is powered by renewable energy sources”

Sheryll Murray MP (South East Cornwall)

“I was really impressed to see this manufacturing business at work, producing high quality, plastic moulded products, in Cornwall. The whole manufacturing process, from start to finish, was a real eye opener to me. Cornwall is a great place to do business and it is really positive to see high quality manufacturing in action.”

Cllr Nick Craker, Cornwall Councillor

We are currently running a promotion on all our MDPE products with savings of up to 35% on the ‘Pod’ range! Contact us for more information on the promotion – info@cyclepods.co.uk or call 0845 094 0490.

Modeshift STARS - a year of milestones!

Modeshift STARS has had over half a million hands up survey responses this 2017-18 school year! Now that we draw to the end academic year the STARS team are reflecting on what has been a busy and exciting year. Here are some more STARS headlines for the 2017-18 Academic year:

  • This school year has seen the most attended Modeshift STARS Regional awards to date.
  • The National School Travel Awards took place in in the Houses of Parliament for the second time. At the awards the National STARS Schools of the year were announced for Early Years/Nursery, Primary School, Secondary School and SEND. Remember to check out our Facebook Video! https://www.facebook.com/ModeshiftSTARS

  • Modeshift STARS reached over 3,000 schools signed up to the scheme.

  • Over 1,000 schools have achieved STARS Accreditation since the scheme’s inception.

  • Over 500,000 hands up survey responses have been logged in Modeshift STARS this academic year.

Modeshift would like to thank all the Modeshift STARS Schools, Local Authorities and Supporters. Please celebrate with us on social media Twitter - @ModeshiftSTARS and you can find us on Facebook.

If you would like to know more about Modeshift STARS. Modeshift STARS is the National* School Travel Awards recognising best practice in sustainable school travel. Modeshift STARS is the online platform that allows schools and local authorities to develop a school travel plan, gain accreditation and be nominated for regional and national awards. Modeshift STARS is supported by the Department for Transport and for more information visit http://www.modeshiftstars.org.uk/

*please note Modeshift STARS operates throughout England and excludes London where TFL STARS is in operation.


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