Infrastructure

The infrastructure to support vibrant and viable places, including transport, utilities, energy and community facilities including education, retail, leisure & recreation.

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Oxford park and ride hub, Fastned

Advice: Promoting use of electric vehicles

With a growing number of electric vehicles being sold, councils need to expand charging infrastructure using their own sites and on streets, finds Ben Kochan.

 

Valley Gardens Brighton

Review: Improving green space in the city

Brighton & Hove City Council's Valley Gardens project has reduced vehicle dominance and created an attractive ribbon of green space, which is pedestrian and cycle friendly, finds Michael Doyle.

Chris Brown

Opinion: The practicalities of future-proofing neighbourhoods for net zero

Almost every new housing estate being built now is obsolescent, writes Chris Brown, and we don't yet have an integrated approach to renewable electricity.

London

Need to know: Transport woes raise questions about London housing plans

The London mayor has warned a transport funding deal is needed to safeguard housebuilding plans for the capital, while in Dagenham a CPO has been withdrawn because of concerns about station delivery.

Tim Williams

Opinion: The existential crisis facing city public transport

Fear of contagion on mass transit and the shift to home working could mean public transport use and office occupancy never return to past levels, threatening received urban paradigms, writes Tim Williams.

Opinion: Transport is the route to urban revival

There is an opportunity to shape and integrate time-worn urban centres with transport projects, writes Colin Bennie.

Advice: Using lighting to regenerate neighbourhoods and district centres

Lighting for neighbourhood and district centres needs to be reviewed and given a more human scale as more people are using these public spaces, finds Ben Kochan.

Advice: Greening junctions and roads

Greening junctions and roads can be part of active travel strategies to encourage greater walking and cycling, writes Ben Kochan.

Advice: Promoting the 15-minute neighbourhood

Identifying attractive walking and cycling routes needs to be at the centre of strategies to promote the 15-minute neighbourhood, finds Ben Kochan.

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