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Coronavirus emergency:
Latest News:
12 January 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:
Travel demand has plummeted with the reintroduction of national lockdowns

Travel demand plummets as national lockdowns reimposed

Changes in sectoral emissions between 2013 and 2018; building emissions in this chart are temperature-adjusted. Source: BEIS (2019) 2017 UK Greenhouse Gas Emissions; final figures: CCC calculations

Road traffic is a COVID emergency

The Ambulance Service would like physical barriers removed

LTN street closures don't show on emergency service satnavs

Gilligan: pressed for a bike lane on Kensington High Street

Gilligan busy shaping capital's active travel agenda again

It is not acceptable to pick and choose the laws you follow and the laws you don’t. We all know the law by now and know exactly what is the right thing to do. This is not a dress rehearsal, people will live and die on the actions we all choose - Nigel Harrison, temporary North Wales Police Assistant

Snowdonia closes its car parks

Car clubs: how well used are they?

Car club operators urged to share usage data with councils

The NIC recommends the ‘prioritising regional links’ scenario with spending of 25 per cent above baseline (left). The map on the right shows what could be delivered with expenditure 50 per cent above baseline

NIC leaves HS2's eastern arm in sidings and NPR in limbo

House of Commons transport committee

MPs launch transport infrastructure probe

Luis (Pilo) Willumsen

Pandemic will scupper models for months, says Willumsen

People appreciate parking where they can link it to services they want to gain access to

Public perception of parking is more positive than expected

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