This report from Dr David Begg and Claire Haigh examines the Government’s plans to tackle poor air quality. The key conclusion is that while it is essential to clean up diesel vehicles, it is also crucial that congestion and the continual decline in urban traffic speeds across the UK is tackled.Read Publication View All
Over the last 50 years, bus journey times have increased by almost 50% in the more congested urban areas. Already in London some buses on some routes run at close to walking speed. In this report, Professor David Begg highlights the crisis which has developed in bus service reliability across the UK.Read Publication View All
A revolution in the introduction of greener, cleaner buses in the UK is helping deliver on climate and air quality objectives. The Journey of the Green Bus explains how the last 20 years have transformed the emissions, efficiency and experience of buses.Read Publication View All
Average traffic speeds in UK’s busiest cities will fall from 17mph to 12mph by 2030 as road delays double Halving average city traffic ...Read more
The Mayor’s Transport strategy is a breath of fresh air – and not just in a metaphorical way. It is visionary and ...Read more
Posted on: 5th May 2017
The Government has today published its draft air quality plan, detailing how it intends to reduce air pollution which causes an estimated ...Read more
Posted on: 27th April 2017
The High Court has ruled that the government must publish its plans to tackle air pollution by 9 May. Claire Haigh, Chief Executive ...Read more
Posted on: 15th June 2017
Greener Journeys has published new research which demonstrates that reducing congestion must be at the heart of Government’s strategy to improve air ...Read more
Date of event: Wednesday 14 September 2016
Hosted by: Louise Ellman MP, Chair, Transport Select Committee Speakers: Claire Haigh, Chief Executive, Greener Journeys David Begg, Chief Executive, Transport Times Andrew Jones, MP, Parliamentary ...Read more
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