What Works? Learning from the Local Sustainable Transport Fund 2011-2015
This report compiles lessons from the Department for Transport’s four year £600m programme of investment in sustainable transport in England. It draws on structured discussions with the local authority practitioners who implemented the Local Sustainable Transport Fund to learn how future similar activities should be undertaken, considering both local project and national programme levels. It looks at what worked, what didn’t, and how difficulties were overcome. The report also summarises the major activities and themes of the Fund. It is an essential resource for council officers, councillors, Local Enterprise Partnerships and national programme managers implementing initiatives to improve and promote sustainable travel, including the DfT Access Fund.
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Download: What Works Companion Appendices [3Mb, 75 pages]
Transport for Quality of Life works to make our transport system better for society and the environment:
Spatial planning that reduces the need for car use
Promotion of smarter travel choices
Transport isn’t working. Lynn Sloman's book Car Sick shows why, and sets out clearly what the answers are. A must-read for everyone interested in transport.
Stephen Joseph, Executive Director, Campaign for Better Transport
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