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LGF newPreviously committedProvisional futureTOTALProportion on that have elements of sustainable travel (LSTF)
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Names2015/16
>2016
2015/16>2016
2015/16
>2016Total
% of total
Comments
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1Black Country25.877.69.613012.7138.74.23%
Wolverhampton Station, 'Managing Short Trips'
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Buckinghamshire Thames Valley
8.9272.16.21133.288.43.84%
Crossrail connections to stations
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Cheshire & Warrington
15.336.74.814.2071.7142.700%
Congleton link road has combined cycleway; nothing else of note
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4Coast to Capital38124.26.118.1016202.449.725%
Sustainable Transport Packages; Crawley Area Transport Package
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Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
10.417.10.68.3012.548.95.812%
Bodmin Cycling town
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Coventry and Warwickshire
13.620.54.610.7024.774.100%
Some city centre access roads
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7Cumbria7.811.21.36.50026.800%
Kendal sustainable transport, but also mentions highway capacity increase
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8D2N2069.515.827030.4174.324.514%
Sustainable Travel programme; Our City Our River, Derby
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9Dorset11.739.912.2002.666.400%
Local road schemes only
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10Enterprise M329.431.35.618.7033.1118.128.224%
Local Sustainable Transport; Victoria Arch, Woking
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11Gloucestershire11.716.611.911.9010.462.500%
Collection of local roads
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Greater Birmingham and Solihull
38.758.524.710.30225.2357.462%
Mostly roads and Midland metro; Cycle Revolution
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Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough
17.120.4410.1019.571.100%
Local roads, some 'access packages'.
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Greater Lincolnshire
18.621.229.714.2027.5111.244%
Go Skegness' sustainable transport
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Greater Manchester
65.1208104.69900476.715.23%
Small town centre improvements
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Heart of the South West
49.242.813.818.406.1130.35.54%
Plymouth Eastern Corridor (Strategic Cycle Network)
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17Hertfordshire20.9126.132.319.900199.200%
Some smarter choices work associated with M1/M25 project
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18Humber21.260.67.9806103.700%
Some sustainable transport in small Grimsby project
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19Lancashire36.448.647.952.1048.9233.92.61%
East Lancashire Cycle Network
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20Leeds City Region62.2233.310.7266.700572.900%
Unclear - most money just goes to WY+ Transport Fund
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Leicester and Leicestershire
20.240.38.18.103.3803.65%LSTF2 Hinckley
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Liverpool City Region
3574.510.733.4078.7232.341.418%
Large sustainable transport package - how much is cycling?
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23London151.584.60000236.100%
Non-transport funding
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24New Anglia32.529.327.364.2020173.39.25%
Attleborough, Thetford and Bury Sustainable transport packages
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25North East47.969.963.829.3078.7289.67.53%LSTF
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26Northamptonshire9.111.59.71.9035.167.300%
Local roads only
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27Oxfordshire9.253.76.54.1035108.55.85%
Science Vale cycle network; level crossing at Bicester
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Sheffield City Region
36.8105.99.153.6091.9297.316.35%
Sustainable Transport Exemplar
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29Solent27.557.718.56.2014.9124.800%
Local road schemes only; ferry terminals
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30South East64.6143.619.450.10164.4442.18519%
Kent, East Sussex and Essex 'sustainable' packages; Thurrock Cycle Network; Bexhill W&C;
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South East Midlands
20.123.910.54.2020.679.30.81%
Smarter Routes to Employment, Luton and Dunstable
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Stoke on Trent, Staffs
13.614.17.413.203482.356%LSTF
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Swindon and Wiltshire
1250.10.910.4055.9129.33.83%LSTF Swindon
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34Tees Valley14.121.28.89.5036.790.38.39%
Sustainable access to employment
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35Thames Valley13.423.610.906796.94.75%LSTF
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36The Marches10.412.32.48.3041.975.300%
Appears to be all roads, masked as 'integrated transport packages'
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37West of England16.661.162.46408.5212.6209%LSTF
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38Worcestershire920.33.93.80347100%
Local roads only
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York, North Yorks, East Riding
18.822.615.512.5040.7110.100%
Local roads only
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