Local Government

Air Quality: concentrations, exposure and attitudes in Waltham Forest

Publisher: 
Kings College London
Publication date: 
August 2018
Abstract: 

Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of Air Quality in Waltham Forest
In this study, for the first time King’s have used the new COMEAP (2017) health impact
recommendations to quantify the effects of air pollution on health outcomes in Waltham Forest.
Mortality impact results for long-term exposure to air pollution in Waltham Forest are all
expressed in terms of life years – the most appropriate metric for the health impact of air
pollution concentration changes over time.
Despite projected changes in air pollution concentrations between 2013 and 2020, Waltham

A new move for business in EU cities

Publisher: 
EU
Publication date: 
July 2018
Abstract: 

Electric bikes proved to be very efficient in dense urban areas where most delivery rounds are short. In many ways they perform better than motorised vehicles, saving money and increasing efficiency.

Impacts of an active travel intervention with a cycling focus in a suburban context: One-year fi ndings from an evaluation of London’s in-progress mini-Hollands programme

Publisher: 
Science Direct
Publication date: 
June 2018
Abstract: 

Report shows that 'strong' Mini Holland' interventions generate more walking and more cycling, and don't identifiably increase traffic in surrounding areas, suggesting that providing good infra drives genuine growth in active travel.

 

Waltham Forest Mini Holland Design Guide

Publisher: 
Waltham Forest
Publication date: 
January 2015
Abstract: 

"This document has been produced to guide designers and other interested parties in the development and introduction of the Mini-Holland Programme. The guide includes our street typologies developed specifically for the programme, as well as examples of great cycling and walking infrastructure from elsewhere in the UK, Europe and further afield. It also includes examples of changes that can be made to our residential streets to make them better places for all, and particularly those people wanting to walk and cycle.

Written submissions received for the Transport Committee’s investigation into cycle safety in London

Publisher: 
London Assembly Transport Committee
Publication date: 
November 2012
Abstract: 

Written submissions received for the Transport Committee’s investigation into
cycle safety in London, from:

Gearing up - An investigation into safer cycling in London

Publisher: 
London Assembly Transport Committee
Publication date: 
November 2012
Abstract: 

London has a long way to go to achieve the Mayor’s objective of a cycling revolution. Only 2 per cent of journeys in London are made by bicycle. This falls short of other UK cities like Bristol, Cambridge and Hull, and it is significantly less than the Netherlands – where 26 per cent of journeys are made by bicycle – and Copenhagen, which sees 36 per cent of work and study-related trips cycled.

Town Centre Study 2011

Publisher: 
TfL
Publication date: 
September 2011

Spend on high streets according to travel mode

Publisher: 
Bristol City Council
Publication date: 
February 2011

LCN+ Scheme: Ampton Street, Camden

Publisher: 
LCN+
Publication date: 
December 2008
Abstract: 

Describes dedicated cycle facilities and other improvements to the end of the road that is closed to motor vehicles.

London Cycling Design Standards, Appendix C: Typical detail drawings

Publisher: 
TfL
Publication date: 
May 2005
Abstract: 

Appendix C contains many design drawings.

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