A £2 billion package to facilitate socially distanced walking and cycling has been heralded as the largest ever boost for cyclists and pedestrians in the UK. The plans will help encourage more people to choose alternatives to public transport, making travel healthier and ensuring transport networks and infrastructure are able to manage the increase in
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The current lockdown has presented challenges for the collection of traffic survey data. Motion Technical Director David McMurtary explains how through imagination and resourcefulness there may be more options available than at first glance.
An ambitious project is providing new and updated facilities for the City of London Freemen’s School in Ashtead Park, Surrey. Transport and travel planning support was delivered by Motion, as part of improvements to the quality and efficiency of the school’s listed campus.
The survival of a critically endangered species is being helped by a programme of innovative engineering improvements managed by Motion. The Lower Severn Internal Drainage Board (LSIDB) must meet the requirements of the Eels (England and Wales) Regulations 2009, which came into force in January 2010. The legislation grants implementation powers to the Environment Agency