We're calling on the Government to electrify more rail lines to tackle climate change and air pollution.
Transport is the UK's largest emitter of greenhouse gases. But change is possible if we act together.
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Reopening a disused rail line can transform an area, but it happens all too rarely.
We're calling for a national programme of rail reopenings. We've identified 33 top-priority lines that would put 500,000 people in reach of the railways.
Find out about some of the things our supporters helped us to achieve in 2018...
The railways have the potential to deliver huge economic, social and environmental benefits to communities and the country as a whole, but our research shows this isn't being realised.
If the Rail Review doesn't address this, the Government risks squandering the chance to create a better railway.
The announcement that the Government intends to legislate for net zero emissions by 2050 has far reaching consequences for the transport sector. As the largest source of greenhouse gases, emissions from the sector rose between 2013 and 2017 and are higher now than they were in 1990. Meeting a... Read more
15 June 2019
The sustainable transport charity Campaign for Better Transport is pressing the Government to restart the programme to electrify more of Britain's rail network... Read more
Local campaigners are celebrating the Welsh Government’s decision to scrap the planned M4 'relief road', a £1.4 billion motorway through the... Read more
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