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Linear park design taking shape in Barking and Dagenham

Sustrans say that they are excited to see work start on the new linear park in Barking and Dagenham that they designed in collaboration...

Scottish Programme for Government: Sustrans Scotland responds

Sustrans Scotland welcomes the Scottish Government’s continued investment in active travel and commitment to zero-emission city centres to tackle the climate emergency. Commenting on the...
Lagan Pedestrian and Cycle bridge

Cross-party group calls for work to start on new foot and...

A cross-party group of Assembly Members in South Belfast have come together to call for work to begin on constructing a new Lagan Pedestrian...

Major walking and cycling improvements coming to Avonmouth

£5.8 million project to boost walking and cycling options for people living and working around the Avonmouth area of Bristol supported by Sustrans. This project...
Clever bike share management from Stage Intelligence

Bike Share Systems Get Artificial Intelligence

A company that specialises in developing Artificial Intelligence solutions for the transport and logistics industry has created real-time intelligence for the management of bike...
Zagster Pace Bike Share Cycle under way

Zagster Bike Share Flourishes

Just after reporting one bike share company throwing in the towel, we hear that Zagster in the USA is flourishing and has just received...
Cycling in Amsterdam

Cycling in Amsterdam – A Professional Perspective

Guest contributor: Darren Proulx Darren Proulx is a registered planning engineer (P.Eng) with over 7 years combined experience in active transportation, transit planning, public space...
For Whom the Bike Bell Tolls: More Cycling Infrastructure Now!

For Whom The Bike Bell Tolls

The German cycling club ADFC organised a protest outside the German ministry for Transport and their equivalent of the UK’s home office with cyclists...
One of 8000 Tembici bikes in the new Brazilian Bike Share scheme

Brazil’s 8000 Bike Share Scheme

Bike Share schemes continue to spread around the world, with South America’s largest scheme with 8000 bikes and 680 stations deployed in a Brazilian...
Chinese Bike Share Up for Award [Paul Starkey / Ashden]

Chinese Bikes Tackle Air Pollution

The Climate News Network has reported that bikes are being used to tackle both air pollution and congestion. Paul Brown, the author of the article,...

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