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Oxford and Oxfordshire Active Travel Conference 2021

Join us on 15 April 2021 for the second CoHSAT conference, where we will be discussing all things active travel across Oxford and Oxfordshire. Th event will be online and attendance is free and open to all. Programme 12:00 – Welcome and introduction from CoHSAT. 12:05 – 12:30 – An update from our 2020-2021 projects. Hear from CoHSAT members on …

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Street design and refuse vehicles

A great letter from a CoHSAT member in the Oxford Mail this month, about how the need to design developments around the current size of bin lorries will prevent quality street design and build in car dependency into the future.  New housing, new roads. Is there a link between climate change and refuse vehicles? Highways departments’ rules and guidance have …

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We are recruiting!

CoHSAT is recruiting! For two roles – Project Manager & Community Coordinator. Please take a look at the job descriptions in the link below and email CoHSATOxon@gmail.com if interested.

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Can the UK lead on Climate Change?

The Climate and Ecological Emergency (CEE) Bill www.ceebill.uk seeks to ensure that the UK takes a lead role in limiting global temperatures to 1.5°C by taking account of our entire greenhouse gas footprint, domestically and internationally. This requires urgent action on emissions reduction, and the protection and restoration of ecosystems, by prioritising biodiversity, soils and natural carbon sinks, and mitigating the damage to nature caused by supply chains. Prepared …

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Announcement of Oxford Zero Emission Zone Pilot Formal Consultation

Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford City Council have launched a final, formal consultation on the Oxford Zero Emission Zone Pilot. The zone aims to reduce air pollution in the city and beyond. The ZEZ Pilot would operate as a charging scheme between the hours of 7am and 7pm. Only zero emission vehicles would be allowed in the zone free of …

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#BetterOxford – A Pop Up Experience

We are creating an exhibition in the centre of Oxford, from 26th July to 1st August 2020. The aim is to spark discussion for a re-imagined Oxford, sharing our ideas for better public realm, more cycling provision and pedestrianisation. More specifically, we want to see an ambitious approach to tackling congestion and improving public transport and walking and cycling in …

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 …

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CoHSAT response to LTCP Engagement Activity

CoHSAT has responded to the engagement activity of Oxfordshire County Council’s Local Transport and Connectivity Plan. Local Transport Plan’s are statutory documents, required under the Transport Act 2008. Oxfordshire’s is called the Local Transport and Connectivity Plan, to better reflect the strategy both for digital infrastructure and for connecting the whole county. The engagement activity closed on 17 May and …

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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 …