Read our case studies reporting on Active Travel
Transport for West Midlands Demand Management
As a result of its TDM efforts, TfWM has been able to successfully manage operational issues and maintain functional capacity on local transport networks from September 2020 and beyond. Going forward, TfWM has a strong future TDM capacity, with a long-term multi-modal operations group being formed in advance of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
North Yorkshire Travel Demand Management
To date, North Yorkshire’s TDM programme has reached over 109,000 residents and engaged directly with over 6,000, significantly boosting response rates and engagements with online travel surveys. As a result, they have successfully reduced pressure on local transport networks, with 18% of travel to school journeys shifting to non-car modes, including 8% to walking, 8% to dedicated school transport, 1% to cycling and 1% to public transport.
26th September 2019
Working with Levenshulme Bee Network, Manchester City Council, Bespoke Transport Consulting and Transport for Greater Manchester to create Greater Manchester’s first ‘active neighbourhood’, designed to reprioritise streets for people.
There are a variety of funding options to support active, sustainable travel. We’ve collated a list of funding sources, evidence, research, information/guidance and case studies relating to Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plans