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Access Fund 2017-20
Blackpool Council - Consortium bid with Buckinghamshire CC, Hertfordshire CC, North East CA, Stoke on Trent CC, West Sussex CC, Hampshire CC, Leicester CC, North Lincolnshire Council and Surrey CC
The Walk To 2017-20 project aims to contribute to economic, health and environmental outcomes in ten local authority areas (counties, unitaries and combined authorities) and more widely across England by: i) Supporting more people to access employment, education and training through walking and cycling; ii) Increasing walking and cycling journeys for education and commuting; iii) Delivering a legacy for walking and cycling in schools and workplaces.
7.498
https://www.blackpool.gov.uk/Your-Council/Documents/Walk-to-2017-20-ilovepdf-compressed.pdf
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Access Fund 2017-20
Brighton and Hove Council
Brighton & Hove: Unlocking Growth with Active Travel. The package of measures emphasises promoting cycling and walking, and increasing opportunities for access to employment, education, training and skills. The focus is the significant number of seafront developments which are expected to contribute over £1bn of investment into Brighton & Hove. In order to realise the economic potential of the new developments, the bid aims to demonstrate how sustainable transport is the preferred way to ensure that residents, visitors, employees and students are able to access the seafront area for employment and leisure.
1.485
https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/parking-and-travel/travel-transport-and-road-safety/access-fund-sustainable-travel-brighton
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Access Fund 2017-20
Bristol City Council (West of England)
The Access WEST programme aims to work with business, communities and educational institutions to facilitate growth in the local economy through increased uptake of walking and cycling and to break down the barriers that prevent our residents from accessing work, education and training opportunities. Access WEST focuses on two principle tranches: Enabling Business Growth and Active Communities. Focusing on the 'transition' points in people's lives (such as starting employment, beginning education and moving home) these tranches are deeply interlinked, working together to provide a package of support services and incentives that will lock in active travel habits across the wider community and improve access to work, education and training opportunities.
6.901
https://travelwest.info/projects/access-west
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Access Fund 2017-20
Devon County Council
Walking and Cycling to Prosperity: Devon's vision for active travel to enhance economic growth. This programme aims to deliver improved accessibility and increased levels of walking and cycling. Interventions will be targeted at three key growth areas to link expanding residential developments to new and existing employment and education opportunities. It builds on past success and significant LEP-driven infrastructure investment to deliver a step change in urban accessibility and unlock Devon's latent economic growth potential.
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https://new.devon.gov.uk/travel/library/
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Access Fund 2017-20
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Get Active East Riding. This bid aims to deliver improvements and initiatives to support and encourage more people to travel using sustainable modes in the East Riding's four principal towns of Beverley, Bridlington, Driffield and Goole. The bid is framed around the following integrated and complementary package of measures: i) Supporting the local economy by improving sustainable access to large; ii) employers and key employment sites; iii) Improving access to education by working with schools (one secondary school in each of the target settlements and several feeder primary schools) to increase the number of school trips made on foot or by bike; iv) Targeted road safety campaigns to reduce the number of walkers and cyclists involved in collisions in our four target settlements; and v) Repairs and maintenance of existing footways and cycle links leading to key education and employment sites in target settlements.
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http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/council/plans-and-policies/other-plans-and-policies-information/transport/other-local-transport-schemes/
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Access Fund 2017-20
East Sussex County Council
Active Access for Growth - East Sussex. The programme aims to enhance existing and longer term cycling and walking activity, across three areas identified as key growth areas - Newhaven, Eastbourne/South Wealden and Bexhill/Hastings. The programme will focus on delivering three elements - Active Access for Business & Workforce Development - Active Access for Education & Training and Active Access for Healthy Communities.
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https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/localtransportplan/funding
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Access Fund 2017-20
Herefordshire County Council
Destination Hereford 3. Focuses on improving access to education, training and employment facilities in Hereford, coordinating with new facilities. The project seeks to recreate a culture of walking and cycling seen in the great university cities of Cambridge, Copenhagen and Amsterdam as it builds its first new university in over 30 years.
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FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_7
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127132522/https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/transport-and-highways/cycling/cycling/
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Access Fund 2017-20Isle of Wight Council
Transforming Travel on the Isle of Wight: From Transition to Transformation. The programme focuses on travel behaviour change through proven partnerships with the education, business and tourism sectors. Its key objectives are to: Work with tourism businesses to grow the value of the visitor economy, and embed active travel into visitor experiences. It aims to normalise walking and cycling to work and transform access to employment opportunities for job seekers and apprentices. It also aims to Improve the health and well being of young people and their families through education and community engagement.
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https://www.iwight.com/Residents/Planning-Policy-new/Transport-Policy/Island-Transport-Plan
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Access Fund 2017-20Kent County Council
Step Ahead of the Rest (StAR). StAR is an integrated package of measures to meet Kent County Council's strategic aim that 'Kent communities feel the benefits of economic growth by being in work, healthy and enjoying a good quality of life.' The measures proposed support economic development and healthy lifestyles by encouraging use of active and sustainable modes of travel to access employment, education and training. They are targeted at locations that have received LGF investment, as well as significant economic development sites across Kent due to be completed before 2020, and will build on previous LSTF schemes e.g. the Kent Connected website (https://kentconnected.org/).
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http://www.kent.gov.uk/about-the-council/strategies-and-policies/transport-and-highways-policies/transport-and-highways-funding/step-ahead-of-the-rest
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Access Fund 2017-20
Lancashire County Council - Joint bid with Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council
Connecting East Lancashire: Active Travel Access to Opportunity. This programme targets barriers which prevent residents from using improved infrastructure, connecting people to economic opportunities. The programme is formed of two packages which will drive economic growth through increased active travel. It seeks to build on the skills, experience, and partnerships developed through the successful delivery of previous sustainable transport projects in Lancashire (LSTF and Cycling Demonstration Towns) aligned with the economic development programmes being led by the Lancashire LEP for Burnley and East Lancashire, a number of which include transport, and specifically cycling and walking investment.
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http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/council/transparency/funding-applications/transport.aspx
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Access Fund 2017-20
Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council
Choose How You Move Leicester and Leicestershire. This bid will support the business and housing growth in the bid area by encouraging and promoting use of existing and new cycling and walking infrastructure, use of public transport and other sustainable travel opportunities to employment, education and training.
The programme is based around 2 themes: i) The Needs of Business and Training - ensuring that businesses have the facilities and culture to encourage staff and clients to travel sustainably and to continue to promote sustainable travel beyond the funding period; ii) The Needs of the Community and Training - ensuring that communities have the facilities, incentives and support to have the confidence to choose sustainable travel and to continue to use and promote sustainable travel beyond the funding period.
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FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_13
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Access Fund 2017-20
Lincolnshire County Council
Access Lincoln project aims to support local economic growth and actively improve levels of physical activity by promoting walking and cycling to people who live and work in the city. The value of planned capital investments in a strategic walk/cycle network for Lincoln, secured through Integrated Transport Block funds and housing/ employment land development, will be amplified by revenue funded packages of personalised travel behaviour change interventions targeted at: i) Employees who work at new and existing employment sites in the city; ii) connecting people with employment and apprenticeships in Lincoln; iii) Communities along strategic growth corridors that will connect new housing and employment sites allocated for development in the Local Plan. It seeks to build on LSTF and STTY-funded initiatives to create a culture where walking and cycling are the default option for trips of less than 2 miles - particularly for journeys to work, Further Education, and training.
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https://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/transport-and-roads/walking-cycling-and-sustainable-travel/access-lincoln/news/sustainable-travel-funding/129401.article
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Access Fund 2017-20
Luton Borough Council (joint bid with Bedford Borough Council and Central Bedfordshire Council)
Bedfordshire STARS (Sustainable Travel Access to RailwayStations). The project focuses on the promotion of walking and cycling (and bus use) to the Midland Main Line train stations in Bedfordshire. It will build on infrastructure and Station Travel and Improvement Plans already in place to maximise connectivity to employment opportunities and provide access to training and education, whilst reducing parking pressures, congestion and air quality issues between towns and around the stations themselves. The project will also seek to work holistically with other existing health and community initiatives to identify the support needed to develop a more healthy and independent approach to travel. There will be three distinct elements to the initiative, advising academics, building business capacity, and convincing the commuters.
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http://www.luton.gov.uk/Transport_and_streets/Transport_planning/Pages/Access-Fund-for-Sustainable-Travel-2017-to-2020.aspx
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Access Fund 2017-20
Norfolk County Council
Pushing Ahead, Your Journey Your Way. The programme focuses on increasing cycling and walking in economic hubs of Greater Norwich (to include Hethersett and Wymondham on the A11 Growth Corridor), and the Enterprise Zone of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Together these economic hubs have a population in excess of 500,000. The programme will build on the successful and innovative AtoBetter travel planning programme and all the initiatives being delivered using the Sustainable Transport Transition Year (STTY) funding to expand their impact in to other locations, to focus on functional barriers to cycling and walking. The programme seeks to improve access to employment, education and training, increase active travel and create a legacy where all forms of sustainable travel become the norm.
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FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_8
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127133053/https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/what-we-do-and-how-we-work/our-budget-and-council-tax/our-budget/bids-and-funding-weve-won
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Access Fund 2017-20
North East Lincolnshire Council
Pedal and Stride to Economic Growth. Building on previous LSTF and Sustainable Travel Transition Year funded programmes, 'Pedal and Stride to Economic Growth' will connect deprived communities with areas of economic opportunityand regeneration focused on the South Humber Bank Enterprise Zone. The objectives of the programme are to: i) Empower local residents of all ages and backgrounds with the skills and confidence they need to be able to more walking and cycling journeys; ii) Reduce the number of cyclists who are involved in road traffic incidents; iii) Connect most deprived communities with areas of economic opportunity the programmes within the bid will help; iv) Address local health inequalities that result from low levels of physical inactivity; v) Reduce the impact of transport on the environment by reducing traffic congestion and enabling mode shift away from single occupancy car journeys; vi) Increase accessibility for local residents supporting them to make the most of the forthcoming economic growth in the Borough.
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https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/roads-parking-transport/business-cases-and-funding-bids/#1475593531555-ad6ea05b-f8d0
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Access Fund 2017-20
North Yorkshire County Council
The Open North Yorkshire project aims to increase cycling and walking at key growth centres in the County: the coastal town of Scarborough, urban centre of Harrogate, and Skipton, a rural town. The objectives are: i) achieve substantial mode shift to help reduce congestion by increasing walking and doubling cycle trips made by the target audience; ii) facilitate access to bicycles and improve confidence of new cyclists through innovative training and route information (extending the successful Open Harrogate concept); iii) seeking to reduce the number of cyclist casualties by implementing a safe systems approach; iv) targeted travel and journey planning linked to economic growth (employment & housing).
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http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/32114/Access-fund-for-sustainable-travel
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Access Fund 2017-20
Nottingham City Council - joint bid with Derby City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council
Nottingham Derby Access 2016/17 - 2019/20. A package of sustainable travel behaviour change measures to support capital infrastructure investment in Nottingham and Derby building on local good practice. The programme aims to: i) Improve air quality to support the introduction of Clean Air Zones; ii) Embed sustainable and active travel cultures in our businesses and communities; iii) Improve access to work and jobs. Activities include; Household Personal Travel Plans in air quality hotspots, active travel services in communities with low levels of physical activity, active travel event support programme, targeted workplace travel plan support packages, Job seeker travel support to address individual travel barriers to connect people to jobs, low carbon transport business innovation: zero emission last mile delivery & Cycling Excellence Programme.
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FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_9
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_10
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127134826/http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/transport-parking-and-streets/transport-strategies-funding-bids-and-current-consultations/transport-funding-and-bids/
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127134851/http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/transport-parking-and-streets/transport-projects/local-sustainable-transport-fund-schemes-and-initiatives/
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127135041/http://www.derby.gov.uk/transport-and-streets/transport-policy/
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Access Fund 2017-20
Nottinghamshire County Council
Get Moving Nottinghamshire. The package of revenue supported measures focused on promoting sustainable mobility in the mid-Nottinghamshire Housing Market Area (HMA) in support of economic growth and health objectives.
0.845
http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/transport/public-transport/funding
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Access Fund 2017-20
Plymouth City Council
Plymotion Three: Access to Employment, Education and Training on foot and by BIKE. The programme aims to increase the number of trips to work and school made by bike and on foot. It consists of three smarter travel themes to increase the accessibility of employment, education and training within Plymouth's strategic growth areas and the redevelopment of Plymouth's railway Station with a total value of £41 million. The programme will also work in synergy with the additional £67.5 million of investment in Plymouth's transport infrastructure through the Local Growth Fund.
1.497
FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_2
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Access Fund 2017-20
Sheffield City Region Combined Authority
Get Going, Keep Going. The bid supports the objectives set out in the authorities Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), Transport Strategy and Sheffield City Region Integrated Infrastructure Plan (SCRIIP). It has four packages: Get Active, Get Connected, Keep Active, and Keep Safe. The delivery of the packages seeks to maximise benefits from previous programmes by expanding existing schemes to increase economic productivity and improve the well being of people living in South Yorkshire.
7.5
FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127135459/https://www.sypte.co.uk/corporate.aspx?id=130
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127135540/https://www.sypte.co.uk/corporate.aspx?id=48
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Access Fund 2017-20
Slough Borough Council
Smarter Travel for Slough. This project aims to encourage a switch from car use to sustainable travel for work and school trips, increase cycling and walking in Slough to improve personal health, contribute to up-skilling the Slough workforce by enhancing access to jobs and training; and promote sustainable travel opportunities offered by LGF and other capital schemes in Slough. The package aims to engage 30,000 local employees, Improving access to job and training opportunities for residents, engage 15,000 students on sustainable travel and target marketing of sustainable and healthy travel for residents.
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FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_3
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127130226/http://www.slough.gov.uk/council/strategies-plans-and-policies/local-sustainable-transport-fund-(lstf).aspx
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Access Fund 2017-20
Southampton City Council (joint bid with Hampshire County Council)
Southampton: Driving our Cycling Ambition into Local Towns, Schools, Colleges and Workplaces. The bid aims to deliver sustainable economic growth, supported through an increase in active travel. The bid will build on the award winning 'My Journey' behaviour change programme to deliver Southampton's Cycling ambition. A corridor focused programme of revenue projects will promote cycling and walking in the city and wider Travel to Work area and will be supported by planned capital investments. The ambition is to create a cycling and walking culture that enriches people's lives and provides them with realistic travel choices to access work, education, enhance skills, get more active and tackle the pressing air quality problem across the Southampton area. The bid is packaged in three elements: i) Getting into Work and Training; ii) The Cool Route to School - projects which engage with pupils and parents; iii) Element 3: Developing a Cycling and Walking Culture - Increasing cycling and walking through a new and Legible Cycle Network, a week long Cycle Festival and targeted community work.
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http://www.southampton.gov.uk/roads-parking/transport-policy/transport-funding-bids.aspx
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Access Fund 2017-20
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council joint bid with -Thurrock Council and Essex County Council
South Essex Active Travel: Facilitating access to jobs, learning and skills
The programme aims to facilitate a step-change in the area's approach to sustainable transport; using targeted travel engagement with job seekers, young people, newly recruited employees, students, lower socio-economic communities and volunteers so they can use active travel to get to work, training and educational opportunities and fully contribute to the local economy. Targeting six identified local Growth Areas, the programme aims to increase active travel by tailoring packages of advice, support and promotion to each of these groups - enhancing their access to the 12,100 new jobs and 10,500 education and training opportunities available in South Essex over the next three years.
3.322
FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_4
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_5
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_6
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127130722/http://www.southend.gov.uk/info/200447/better_southend/756/south_essex_active_travel
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127131230/https://www.thurrock.gov.uk/cycling/cycling-in-thurrock
http://web.archive.org/web/20170127131557/http://www.essexhighways.org/transport-and-roads/Getting-Around/Cycling/Access-Fund-Bid.aspx
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Access Fund 2017-20
Tees Valley Combined Authority
The Connect Tees Valley project aims to: i) Actively promote increased levels of physical activity through walking and cycling; ii) Increase the number or children travelling sustainably to school; iii) improving the health and fitness of the children and reducing congestion related to the school run; iv) Improve access and information relating to accessing post-16 education, training and employment; v) Improve actual and perceived safety on sustainable transport networks; vi) Work closely with public health bodies to promote healthy transport choices; vii) Work closely with businesses to enable accessible and healthy transport choices.
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https://teesvalley-ca.gov.uk/transport-infrastructure/useful-links-documents/
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Access Fund 2017-20York, City of
i-Travel York seeks to achieve an increase in walking and cycling by providing a holistic range of integrated revenue activities to support capital infrastructure schemes. These are designed to embed cultural change towards sustainable travel in York and achieve the optimal benefits from the capital investments. Key strategic elements: i) Employment: Enabling and supporting sustainable travel 'Champions' within businesses to galvanise sustainable access for commuters; ii) Education: Increasing sustainable travel to schools and higher education for pupils, students and staff; iii) Engaging: Increasing active health and well being across all age groups through events, challenges and community groups.
1.312
FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_12
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Cycling & Walking to Work Fund
Greater Manchester Combined Authority
Active Travel.1.5
http://www.tfgm.com/ltp3/Pages/Funding-Bids.aspx
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Cycling & Walking to Work Fund
Liverpool City RegionWalking and Cyling hubs.0.77
FOI Sent
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/sustainable_travel_access_fund_f_11
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Cycling & Walking to Work Fund
West Yorkshire Combined Authority
Connecting people with employment, apprenticeships and trainees package.
1.5
http://www.wymetro.com/news/Active_Economy_Bid/
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