Sustainable Transport

How we travel and plan transport impacts on the environment and our quality of life. We need to plan our transport so that new housing, jobs, shops and services are close to public transport or within easy walking or cycling distance.


Every village, every hour 2021 buses report

This report builds upon previous research from CPRE, the countryside charity into rural ‘transport deserts’ to set out what a comprehensive bus network for England would look like, with services to every village every hour, and the scale of investment we need to make this vision a reality.  Read the report https://www.cpre.org.uk/resources/every-village-every-hour-model/.


New Luton arrival flightpaths and hold bring noise blight to Cambridgeshire. What can you do?

We recently campaigned against proposals by London Luton Airport and NATS (formerly National Air Traffic Services) to impose a new airplane holding stack over parts of Huntingdonshire.


It can't be business as usual for road building post-lockdown

CPRE’s Chairman Crispin Truman OBE writes that “as we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, we need a dramatic rethink on transport policy and visionary leadership on when and where other benefits to society outweigh the need to provide space for the private car.”