Below you will find details of our previous projects. CoHSAT acknowledges the generous support we received from the Low Carbon Hub to carry out these projects.
This year, our projects focused on awareness-raising and education. We are particularly delighted about the success of the popup shop and that we have helped six of the market towns take up active travel initiatives. The Walkability Index is a unique contribution to identifying how to improve the amenities in 15-minute neighbourhoods. The Metadata will help groups in their research and comments on the way that active travel is developing in Oxfordshire. And our briefing paper on Bike Hangars provides the launch-pad for Oxford City Council to make cycle parking safer.
Read more about our 2020-2021 projects here:
We explored the feasibility of producing a Walkability Index tool for Oxfordshire
Pop Up Experience
We created a Popup Experience on projects to improve active travel in Oxford
We assisted Healthy Streets and Active Travel groups in several market towns
We explored the possibilities for of good quality, on-road cycle parking
We explored the opportunities to convert St Giles into a public space
In our first year, activities undertaken by CoHSAT contributed to the debate about reducing travel and emissions in the centre of Oxford. They provided evidence, developed networks and identified next steps.
Read more about our 2019-2020 projects here:
We explored the possibilities to reduce parking on Broad Street
New Inn Hall St
We identified ways to curtail van deliveries on New Inn Hall St
We conducted research about reducing parking & parcel deliveries at Oxford Colleges
Active Travel and Schools
We explored how car-based travel to school could be avoided
Florence Park Survey
We conducted a healthy streets survey of Florence Park residents