Getting Britain moving again will need many of us to think carefully about how and when we travel. With a reduced capacity in public transport, and an emphasis on 'active travel', there will be a significant increase in the number of people walking and cycling in local communities.
In this new environment, both pedestrians and cyclists will need more space. Pop-up bike lanes, wider pavements, cycle and bus-only streets are all examples of interventions we might see more of.
The success of these projects is dependent upon having buy-in from the community and understanding how they travel. Join our expert panel to understand best practice in implementing new measures to ensure the safety of our streets as they start to open up again.
- Learn from live commonplaces exploring active travel in their communities
- Discover tools you can use to help plan effective action
- Understand what interventions local authorities can be making.