Professionals working in the transport and health sectors can work more closely with one another to improve health outcomes in the UK, the Urban Transport Group has said today. The statement comes as the Urban Transport Group unveils its new ‘Health and Wellbeing Hub’. The hub provides a digital, one stop shop, which brings together a wide range of resources that health and transport professionals need to understand one another, and to work more effectively together.
As an example of Act TravelWise members successfully working together, Pindar Creative has created a 'make your own map' portal for Leicestershire County Council. The portal enables schools and workplaces to produce their own leaflets featuring a site-specific map.
What are you doing on 21 June? Clean Air Day 2018 is about informing people about the health impacts of air pollution and encouraging people to take pollution-busting actions on 21 June. To help spread the word and enable action, Global Action Plan has developed a range of materials to make it as easy as possible.
Twenty years ago we were the ‘new kids on the block’. Founded by Colin Brader in 1998, ITP sought to positively influence the design of places and the way we travel by aligning the disciplines of transport and land-use planning...