Roads blogs from 2018
21 December 2018
21 December 2018
The opportunity to formally object to the highly damaging A303 Stonehenge Expressway has come.
03 December 2018
In this guest blog Hugh Mckay, from CALM (Campaign Against the Levels Motorway), explains why campaigners against a new M4 in south Wales will be rallying at the Senedd tomorrow.
05 November 2018
As the Government publishes its objectives for the next Road Investment Strategy, we take a look at how well it compares to our vision for greener roads.
It’s been a long time coming. Last year, the Department for Transport (DfT) launched its call for evidence on the second Road...
20 September 2018
In this guest blog, Hugh Mackay of CALM (Campaign Against the Levels Motorway) updates us on the latest challenges to the controversial plans to build a new section of motorway across the Gwent Levels.
03 September 2018
Guest blogger William Kenealy from Melbury Abbas updates us on the battle against HGV traffic through this ancient Dorset village.
07 August 2018
The Government has finally published its long-awaited Road to Zero report, setting out a strategy for moving the UK’s road transport sector to a low carbon future.
23 July 2018
In this guest blog, local campaigner Jo Ellis explains why new roads in this heritage city are not the future Durham needs.
"When I first heard that Durham County Council wanted to build some roads round the World Heritage Site of Durham, I wasn’t really all that worried by it. I didn’t...
18 June 2018
Guest blogger Kevin Chapman from West Midlands Campaign for Better Transport writes on why plans for a Birmingham western orbital motorway should be consigned to history.
07 June 2018
In this guest blog, Ann O’Driscoll from business group North Bristol SusCom, explains why abolishing the Severn Bridge tolls will create more problems than it solves.
25 May 2018
Campaigners have launched a new petition against the controversial expressway plans.
All three proposed routes will damage the countryside and public health, while doing nothing to meet the pressing transport needs of Oxfordshire, as Antony Melville of Oxford Bioregion Forum explains. ...