National Sustainable Travel Award Winners 2019

Thank you to all Modeshift Members who submitted an application for the National Sustainable Travel Awards and for voting for their favourite in each of the categories. The winners were announced by our Award sponsors, at the Modeshift Convention Awards Dinner, in Leicester, on Thursday 7th November.

The winners are:

Execellence in Walking - London Borough of Islington for Moreland Street Re-imagined

Execellence in Cycling - sponsored by Broxap -North Somerset Council for Bike Fix; Boomsatsuma Creative Boombox Youth Project

Best Sustainable Travel Initiative - Community - sponsored by PWLC Projects - London Borough of Redbridge for Streets Apart: Walking with Older Adults in Redbridge

Best Sustainable Travel Initiative - Business - Bristol City Council for Business Electric Pool Bike Loans

Best Sustainable Trvavel Initiative - Education - sponsored by Scootfit - Brighton & Hove City Council for The 'Six Ways to Smile' Project

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

Best project Under £1,000 - sponsored by Brightkidz - North Yorkshire County Council for 'Travel Tuesdays' at CU Scarborough

Contribution to Sustainable Travel - Organisation - sponsored by Pindar Creative - London Borough of Islington for Pedal Me

Contribution to Sustainable Travel - Individual - Cambridgeshire County Council for Julie Millard

On the night Modeshift recognised Chelmsford City Council and Next who both received a Modeshift Stars Business Gold Award. Living Streets also received a special Modeshift award for 90 years of working to improve the experience of pedestrians.

We would like to thank everyone who came along to the awards and helped to make it the success it always is. Next week's bulletin will include a link to the National Sustainable Travel Awards 2019 winners, including further information about the projects and a list of all the runners up.

The Modeshift Management Board



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