Anti Idling news article March 2018

Bath Clean Air Champions

A new Bath group ‘Bath Clean Air Champions’ has been formed to help reduce air pollution in Bath by persuading drivers to turn their engines off when they are parked. They are looking for volunteers to help educate both motorists and pedestrians about engine idling and the health impacts of air pollution. If you are […]

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B&NES to consider CycleBath’s proposal of city wide parking permits to reduce congestion and provide revenue for active modes of transport

BaNES Communities, Transport, and Environment Scrutiny panel have set up a Task and Finish group to investigate Adam Reynolds’ Day Parking Zone proposal. This proposes setting up Resident Friendly Day Parking Zones across the WHOLE of the city to tackle air pollution and congestion, generating much needed revenue for the council, enabling investment in public […]

Electiric Tricycle Last Mile Delivery

Could a bicycle based final mile delivery system reduce Bath’s pollution and congestion problems?

Could Bath and North East Somerset replicate Waltham Forest‘s electric tricycle service and reduce the pollution from local deliveries both to businesses in the city centre and to local residents? Similar services already run in Cambridge, Glasgow and Norwich by a company called Outspoken, and could be replicated in Bath. Deliveroo has already extremely successfully […]

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B&NES, Dorset & Wiltshire launch “South of England North-South Connectivity Prospectus” to justify A36-A46 link road

Bath and North East Somerset Council have this week launched the “South of England North-South Connectivity Prospectus” which sets out an economic case for better regional north-south connectivity. The prospectus lacks detail, but sets out a plan to get government approval over the next 2 years for investment in road infrastructure to improve north-south links. […]

Bath Transport Mode versus distance Oct 2017

Understanding Bath’s Transport

This is a summary of the ‘Making Census of Bath’s Transport Problems’ presentation Adam Reynolds, chair of CycleBath made on Saturday as part of the ‘Bath Digital Festival’. His presentation is self-explanatory and doesn’t take too long to read, however we thought it might be useful to extract a brief summary. The presentation analyses 2011 […]


Takeaways from government paper: The Clean Growth Strategy Leading the way to a low carbon future

Domestic buildings energy strategy The government announced its future clean energy strategy today. It is of interest to Transition Bath as we have long campaigned to make our homes more efficient and to reduce their carbon emissions. Takeaways from the 165 document include: “Support around £3.6 billion of investment to upgrade around a million homes […]