Celebrating Black History Month – 1st and 2nd October

Cash Boost to Get More Kids Cycling and Walking to School

Schools across England are set to benefit from new funding to get more children riding their bike or walking to school, Cycling Minister Chris Heaton-Harris has announced today (28 September 2020), as Bike to School Week gears up across the country.

Campaign Highlights Mobile Phone Obsession Danger

The London Road Safety Council has relaunched a campaign to highlight how the mobile phone obsession is putting people in danger as they use them on the move.
The Heads Up, Phones Down! campaign comprises three new social media films, showing how everyday folk can allow their phone fixation to lead them into disaster on London’s roads – whether they are walking, cycling, driving or motorcycling.
The videos follow the journeys of typical Londoners and show how being absorbed in distracting on-line conversations and internet surfing causes them to come a cropper.
The campaign was first launched in November 2019 – and proved successful, with the videos receiving more than 1.3 million views.
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Celebrating Black History Month

National Sustainable Travel Awards - VOTING OPEN

Voting has opened for the 2020 National Sustainable Travel Awards.

500 Walking Bubbles Created - News from Modeshift Stars

International Walk to School Month – News from Living Streets

Modeshift Autumn Webinar Series - Sign Up Today

Central London Footways: a transport network for London’s Covid-19 recovery

In 1854, nine years before the arrival of the Underground, 400,000 people walked into the City of London every day. These walks weren’t the final leg of a journey from a mainline station, or within the centre: they were the entire commute. 

Staffordshire’s Active Travel Team Choose SALI to Promote Active Travel


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