CoHSAT speaks at the Net Zero All-Party Parliamentary Group

CoHSAT Co-Chair, Brenda Boardman, participated in the Net Zero, All Party-Parliamentary Group online meeting on decarbonising transport that took place on 2 June. The Net Zero APPG works to accelerate policy change, promote zero carbon solutions, support clean growth technology and ultimately embed the UK’s commitment to deliver a net zero carbon economy. The meeting sought to discuss accelerating net …

Aerial view of Oxford

CoHSAT’s general principles for LTCP5

Our overarching aim is that: No journey will require a private car, as there is always an alternative. In order to achieve this, the following are needed: No car-dependent new developments (housing, retail or industrial) will be permitted and in existing developments car-dependency will be reduced. In all villages, towns and in Oxford, the delivery of “20-minute neighbourhoods”, so everyone …

Ducks crossing the road

COVID-19 Coronavirus Survey for Oxfordshire

The COVID-19 coronavirus survey is an attempt to record people’s experiences of their environment in these unusual times. UK traffic is down about 40% from ‘normal’, returning the streets to a state of being not experienced since 1955. Responses from anywhere in the UK are welcome; we are especially interested in responses from Oxfordshire.   You can take the survey …

Botley Road traffic jam

CoHSAT responds to Botley Road consultation

CoHSAT recently submitted a response to the Botley Road and West Way Improvement Scheme Phase 1 consultation, following a meeting of partners. The Botley Road is the main road into the centre of Oxford from the west and is recognised as being a very slow route in and out of the city centre, facing daily traffic problems. It’s a vital public …