The Government is asking the public what should be done to shrink transport's carbon footprint.
Here's how to respond and speak out for sustainable transport.
The effect of Covid-19 on transport has been seismic. But as recovery begins, the need for sustainable travel has only strengthened. Our report outlines how it can be achieved.
The Government has indicated that rail passengers could be set to finally have the option to buy flexible season tickets. The introduction of part-time season tickets would see the conclusion of a campaign we began back in 2014 to get part-time commuters a better deal.
23 July 2020
Responding to the announcement of investment in rail projects in the north of England, including the upgrading and electrification of the Transpennine main... Read more
27 February 2020
Reacting to National Express Group's pledge to not buy another diesel bus for its UK operations, Darren Shirley, Chief Executive of Campaign for Better... Read more
27 July 2020
Responding to the publication of the Government’s new cycling and walking plans, Darren Shirley, Chief... Read more
The Environment Bill was announced in yesterday's Queen’s Speech, with a commitment that it will include clean air. As it progresses through Parliament, we will continue to work to ensure that it... Read more
There’s no getting around it: when it comes to reducing carbon emissions, transport is not doing well. In the UK, domestic transport emits more... Read more
Campaign for Better Transport08 AugImproving sustainable transport is more important now than ever, for the sake of our environment, health, economy a… https://t.co/SmTzjqMyjW
Campaign for Better Transport08 AugReopening a disused rail line can transform an area, but it happens all too rarely. We think there should be a nati… https://t.co/GvVw4zYGDW
Campaign for Better Transport07 AugDo you have ideas for how public transport, walking and cycling can be improved? The Government wants to hear them.… https://t.co/MRtQ4pgkI9