Research and analysis

Local Sustainable Transport Fund: what works?

Overview of activities undertaken across all 96 Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) projects, across all 4 years.

Documents

What works? Learning from the LSTF 2011 to 2015 summary

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What works? Learning from the LSTF 2011 to 2015

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What works? Learning from the LSTF 2011 to 2015 companion appendices

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Details

Report offering insights from local authority practitioners on:

  • what was successful
  • what challenges were encountered along the way and how these were overcome
  • lessons for the effective delivery of these types of project in the future, both at the level of individual projects and, where relevant, for the programme as a whole

The report is intended as a resource for:

  • local authority officers and councillors
  • local enterprise partnerships
  • other national and local organisations

with responsibility for commissioning or delivering sustainable transport projects.

Published 26 January 2017