Modeshift’s National Sustainable Travel Awards – Shortlisted Nominations!

Our National Awards are here to recognise you, your colleagues and those you work with in business, education, and community settings for all your hard work and outstanding contribution to the world of sustainable travel.  We want to celebrate the achievements of those in our industry who work together to achieve our shared aims and objectives.

Thank you to all those who submitted a nomination for this year’s National Sustainable Travel Awards; despite the challenges we’ve all faced, we have received a good number of nominations, all of which have been to a very high standard.  All entries have now been shortlisted by the Modeshift Management Board, and the finalists will now go on to be judged by an external panel, made up of experts in our field.  We will provide further details of the panel members in due course.

All winners will be announced at the National Convention that is taking place on 4th and 5th November at the Athena Conference Centre, Leicester.  If you haven’t already done so, please book your place here.

We are pleased to announce that the following projects, people and teams have been shortlisted:

Excellence in Walking:

Walk with Wheels Week Hampshire County Council (HCC), Southampton City Council (SCC) South East
Living Streets Communications team Living Streets Partner
A Mile in My Shoes Derbyshire County Council Midlands

 

Excellence in Cycling:

Midland Mencap Parkride / Ride Ahead Together Midland Mencap Parkride/Transport for West Midlands Midlands
Wheel Women Cycling Campaign Darlington Borough Council/Let’s Go Tees Valley North East, Yorkshire & Humber
Kirklees Council Scootfit Project Kirklees Council North East, Yorkshire & Humber

 

Best sustainable travel initiative – Education:

‘Engines Off- Young Lungs at Work’ Solihull MBC Midlands
The Get Connected Project Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire Special Educational Schools South West
Living Streets WOW Activity Tracker Living Streets Partner

 

Best sustainable travel initiative – Community:

The Big Northumberland Gear Change Campaign Northumberland County Council North East, Yorkshire & Humber
The Way Forward campaign Campaign for Better Transport Partner
Let’s Go Southall London Borough of Ealing Council London

 

Best Partnership:

York Walking Festival: Indie York Treasure Hunt (iTravel York) City of York Council North East, Yorkshire & Humber
Brighton & Hove’s refuge cycling project Brighton & Hove City Council South East
Small Change Big Difference Cambridgeshire County Council East England

 

Best Project under £1,000:

Suffolk Countywide Travel Plan Monitoring Suffolk County Council East England
Hertfordshire’s Anti-Idling Campaign Hertfordshire County Council East England
Junior Safety Officers Cheshire West and Chester Council North West

 

Contribution to sustainable travel – Individual:

Sarah McAlinden Next PLC Business
Alberto Zanni Brighton and Hove City Council/Brunswick Primary School South East
Richard Herne PRiDEOUT Community

 

Contribution to sustainable travel – Organisation:

West Midlands Cycle Hire Scheme (WMCH) Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) Midlands
Vision to become UK’s most sustainable bus company Birmingham City Council and National Express West Midlands (NXWM) Midlands
Next Redhouse Distribution Centre Next PLC Business

 

Contribution to sustainable travel – Team:

Road Safety Team Cambridgeshire County Council East England
Employment and Community Skills Team (ECS) – Wiltshire Council Wiltshire Council South West
Living Streets’ Walk to School Outreach team Living Streets Partner

 

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