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Rob's urban oasis makes it big

TI member Rob's garden was featured in the 10th May edition of BBC Gardener's World. It's a compact urban garden of great character and you can find out more here - https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0004wcx/gardeners-world-2019-episode-10   Details...

Mark, Bike Share and the CIHT magazine

If you read the CIHT's Transport Professional magazine (geeky we know) the May edition contains a review of the UK bike share scene written by Mark Strong. Bike share feasibility is a TI speciality. Naturally the article is illustrated by a picture of Mark riding one of his hometown's hire bikes...   Details...

Mark at PTRC

Mark covered around half a day of the two day PTRC Cycling for Transport course in London in late April. His topics were Performance Management, Cycle Parking and Education, Training and Publicity. He also regaled us with a song, although I'm sure "Road to Nowhere" was inappropriate for cycling...  

Transport Initiatives and Liveable Neighbourhoods

On a wet early April day we accompanied Crawley Council on a tour of the Waltham Forest Liveable Neighbourhood as part of our work looking at cycling in Crawley. Here we have the obligatory "team photo" with everyone looking suitably enthusiastic despite the impending rain,   Details...

Feasibility Study for Guildford Bike Share

Working in partnership with Urban Movement we've been looking at the feasibility of bike share in Guildford. A small scheme based at the University of Surrey was launched summer 2018 which has had higher than expected use. We used our bike share experience to prepare a business case for funding, as well as developing outline proposals for docking station sites.   Details...

Northwest Active Travel Conference

The North West Active Travel Network conference in Manchester on 10th October featured Steve talking about access to town and city centres. From a historical and traffic management perspective his key message was that focussing on cheap and easy car access leads to the "strip mall" rather than the strong town centres that many policies believe.  

Waterfalls

Steve & Rob along with Esther Jones from Support Staffordshire and Donna Hemus, our translator, have recently completed the Waterfall Country Tourist Traffic Management Study. This was a multi-faceted project bringing together footpath branding, altering the "product" and local buy-in to solve an ostensibly tourist parking problem.