AppyWay launch exclusive guide for local authorities
ITS (UK) member AppyWay is launching exclusive guide to help local authorities seize the once in a lifetime opportunity to reshape travel and behaviours in UK towns and cities for future generations.
As lockdowns ease across Britain the time has never been more ripe to buck the status quo and shake up our travel behaviours. Policy makers and the public alike are asking – what kind of future do we want to build in the wake of this pandemic? What kind of world do we want for future generations?
Enter the Emergency Active Travel Fund. Part of the government’s £2 billion package for local authorities across the country to put cycling and walking at the heart of their transport policy. £225 million of that package forms the Emergency Active Travel Fund, to support local authorities across England to make rapid but lasting changes to their transport network.
But how exactly should local authorities respond? How can approaches and actions engender and reinforce positive behaviour change? How can communities and businesses be engaged so that initiatives are well understood and considered successful?
Here at AppyWay, we have done the hard yards for authorities and collated the best insight and pertinent information in our exclusive guide – Reimagining Travel and Public Space Post COVID-19. From understanding the recent changes to Statutory Guidance, how and when to apply for the emergency active travel funding, through to how an authority can make changes and engage the public at every stage, AppyWay has done the work so authorities can quickly and effectively implement initiatives within their communities.
Download the guide today with the link below: