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Epping Forest Transport Action Group
Epping Forest District Council recently ran a consultation on their proposed Air Quality Action Plan. We were disappointed; here’s the response we sent. Overall, EFTAG… Read More »EFTAG responds to Air Quality Action Plan
Willingale Road in Debden is a narrow residential street which follows the perimeter of the mid-20th century Debden housing estate. The road itself, like many… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 5: Willingale Road Chicanes
This month we visit Chigwell Lane in Loughton to look at a shared use path which runs from Oakwood Hill to almost Debden station. The… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 4: Chigwell Lane Shared Path
Back in August, we brought your attention to an innovative new way of operating bus services in Sevenoaks, Demand Responsive Transport (DRT). We will shortly… Read More »Trial of Demand Responsive Transport in Epping Forest
Cycling infrastructure broadly falls into two categories: ‘stuff that you use to go somewhere’ and ‘stuff that you use when you arrive’. Our first two… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 3: Job Centre Bike Rack
For our second look at the rubbish infrastructure of Epping Forest, we unfortunately find ourselves at Loughton’s only purpose-built cycle track – on Rectory Lane. … Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 2: Rectory Lane Cycle Path
Hello and welcome to our new regular blog feature which we have decided to call Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month. This will shine the spotlight… Read More »Rubbish Infrastructure of the Month 1: Staples Road Cycle Route
Transport writer Geoff Marshall has put together the above video for his Youtube channel all about a new example of Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) in… Read More »Demand Responsive Transport: A Solution For The Elusive Rural Bus?
District councillors and county councillors must work together with Essex Highways to deliver a bid for currently available government money which would make real and… Read More »A golden opportunity for Epping Forest!