Modeshift Conference

Mode Shift

Following the Comprehensive Spending Review one might have expected a gloomy atmosphere at the annual Modeshift Conference in November. However, the combination of innovative people, mainly school travel plan officers, and the promise of the new Local Sustainable Transport Fund made the mood quite upbeat.

Ken Spence gave a short presentation on the Cycle Skills Network Audit. This process categorises roads and paths by the level of skill needed to use them. It can be used to develop cycle routes, improve permeability and accessibility and allow policy makers to see their streets in a more sustainable light. This process, which is exclusive to TI and which would be an excellent addition to any Local Sustainable Transport Fund bid.

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