2019 National Sustainable Travel Award winners.

The Awards are designed to recognise and reward Modeshift Members for schemes, projects or other activities that support and encourage sustainable travel, by highlighting best practise, showing innovation and being inspirational.

Thank you to all Modeshift Members who submitted an application for the Awards adn for voting for their favourite in each category. The winners were announced at the Modeshift Convention Awards Dinner, at Athena Conference Centre, Leicester, on Thursday 7th November.

Best Partnership sponsored by David Richards Ltd - Project Stevenage from Hertfordshire County Council

Best sustainable travel initiative - Community sponsored by PWLC Projects - Streets Apart: Walking with older adults in Redbridge 2017-2019 from Living Streets

Best sustainable travel initiative - Education sponsored by Scootfit - The '6 ways to smile' project from Brighton & Hove City Council

Best sustainable travel initiative - Business - Business Electric Pool Bike Loans from Bristol City Council and North Somerset Council

Contribution to sustainable travel - Individual - Julie Millard, School Travel Plan Champion from Cambridgeshire County Council

Contribution to sustainable travel - Organisation sponsored by Pindar Creative - Pedal Me from Islington Council

Excellence in Cycling sponsored by Broxap - Bike Fix - Boomsatsuma Creative Boombox Youth Project from North Somerset Council

Excellence in Walking - Moreland Street re-imagined from Islington Council

Best Project under 1000 sponsored by Brightkidz - Travel Tuesdays' at CU Scarborough (University) from North Yorkshire County Council

Full details of all shortlisted nominations can be found on the Knowledge Share https://modeshift.org.uk/knowledge-bank

If you have any queries or questions please contact travelawards@modeshift.org.uk


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