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Our case studies can help large cities and towns achieve their ambition using the powers that they have and learning from UK and international peers.

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Barcelona: Changing the flow of traffic

Barcelona is aiming to reduce emissions by changing the flow of traffic to allow more cycling and promote pedestrian friendly neighbourhoods. Barcelona’s urban mobility plan explores...

Case study 24 Jan 2018
New York City: Reducing idling

To reduce unnecessary emissions from idling vehicles parking or stopping, New-York City introduced an anti-idling law in 2009. Inside areas where the law operates, no one should allow the...

Case study 24 Jan 2018
1: Nottingham Workplace Parking Levy

Nottingham City Council is the only local authority to have used the powers granted to them in the Transport Act 2000 to establish a levy on workplace parking spaces to date. The WPL was...

Case study 19 Dec 2017
2: Congestion charging in London

Taxing congestion raises revenues for London while changing behaviour, making it an efficient form of taxation, and one ideal for large cities. London’s Congestion Charge (CC) is an £11.50...

Case study 19 Dec 2017