The Department for Transport published the government's 'Transport Investment Strategy' on 5 July 2017. It sets out the DfT's priorities and approach for future transport investment decisions under the current minority government, aimed at "delivering a stronger, fairer Britain". A spend of £61 billion is planned between 2015/16 and 2020/21 to maintain and upgrade the road and rail network. The full 68-page paper, as well as a summary, can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/transport-investment-strategy
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On Monday 26 June 2017, Act TravelWise held regional meetings in both London and Leeds, as well as a workshop in Leeds on 'Developing Cycling and Walking Networks'. Click to read an overview and links from each event.
DfT Press Release
The Government has published its £1.2 billion long-term plan to make cycling and walking the natural choice for shorter journeys. [This will benefit England excluding London.]
EPOMM - the European Platform on Mobility Management - has released its March 2017 e-update on the topic of Rewarding Behaviour Change. Using many international best practice examples, the e-update looks at rewards to trigger motivation, rewards as an economic benefit, rewards as a celebration of behaviour change, gifts versus money and rewarding through technology. It's an excellent starting point for those looking to introduce or improve an incentive-based initiative.