Alternative travel city

Some of the worst cities in England for congestion are to get a grant to promote alternative forms of transport£29 million will be invested in at least one of the following areas; Greater Manchester, West Midlands, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Tyne and Wear, Merseyside, West of England (Bristol), Nottingham and Leicester. They will have to submit plans on how the propose to promote walking, cycling and public transport to be successful in their bid. The investment follows from a sustainable travel town initiative which has shown that car use fell by 9%, walking increased by 14% and cycling increased by 12%

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