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"...The Chancellor's statement focused on a few large-scale transport projects but the reality is cuts in funding for everyday transport..."
22 June 2015
Did you know that just 15% of the UK population takes more than 70% of our flights? With flying the fastest-growing cause of climate change, we're calling for a frequent flyer levy that taxes travellers according to how often they fly.
15 June 2015
What do the following developments have in common: A new town being constructed with a railway station at its centre, a major business development with parking spaces for only half the people who work there, and a multi-million pound city centre rejuvenation planned around public spaces and new...
15 May 2015
The unexpected election result has in appearance given us continuity in transport - Patrick McLoughlin has been reappointed as Transport Secretary, and two junior Ministers return to their pre-election posts.
06 May 2015
On Wednesday 17 June join 10,000 people in central London for the biggest Climate Lobby of Parliament ever!
27 April 2015
New research shows we can make a significant reduction in road traffic and congestion by getting more freight onto rail and water, especially on the busiest routes.
16 April 2015
The run-up to the election is a great time to question your local candidates about what they would do if elected.
31 March 2015
We've launched a new site where we'll be publishing data and maps to help you understand what's happening to transport in your area.
16 March 2015
We're raising £5,000 in 30 days to go on a Bus Rescue Mission and save bus routes throughout the UK!
26 February 2015
Latest Government figures reveal that HGVs are currently costing taxpayers £6.5 bn a year, paying less than a third of the costs they impose on society.
19 February 2015
If environmentally friendly transport matters to you, please come and take part in the Climate March! We’re dedicated to making transport greener, by encouraging better conditions for cyclists and walkers, improved public transport, and reduced reliance on private car usage.