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Coronavirus emergency:
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11 March 2021


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Here is the latest update on the transport impacts of the Coronavirus emergency. Please send your news and stories which inform, inspire and help support colleagues across the sector. 

Latest news:
Sir Peter Hendy CBE

Hendy connectivity review makes case for UK Strategic Transport Network

Almost 350 School Streets have been delivered across London with funding from Transport for London (TfL) and the boroughs since April 2020

School Streets reduce nitrogen dioxide by up to 23% during morning drop off, says TfL

Mayor and Transport for London announces quartet of trial schemes

London's cycle network to be expanded

Reversing Car Dependency

Removing road space can 'disappear' traffic, says ITF

Planters have been installed on North George Street in Salford to stop through traffic

Active Neighbourhood plan underway across Greater Manchester

Dominic Millen

Delivering Covid emergency traffic schemes has taken its toll on council officers

Beech Street: a judicial review application was submitted last week concerning the zero emission street restriction

Traffic experiments delivered during Covid-19 face legal test

The Walking Champion Award is named to commemorate long-standing member and campaigner Charles Maher who left a significant legacy to the charity

Lockdown's walking champions revealed

Bus company celebrates stories of hope and kindness

Brighton & Hove Bus shines light on community heroes

The Metrobus vaccine bus

Surrey's Covid vaccination bus opens its doors

London built this cycle track and loads of people on bikes came. But sometimes it’s empty

John Dales: If you don't build it, they won't come

Covid: a permanent reduction in rail commuting expected

Rail industry plans timetable reductions for post-Covid era

A new green woman traffic light in London

'Green woman' traffic light signals for London

More needs to be done to encourage women to pursue a career in transport and logistics, says Returnloads

Hiring more women would tackle 'workforce crisis' in haulage sector

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