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Workplace travel plans

 

The essential guide to travel planning (1 Mb)

This guide, written for the DfT by Ian Taylor and edited by Carey Newson of Transport for Quality of Life, updates the previous 'Travel Plan Resources Pack for Employers' on developing and implementing travel plans for businesses. It draws together the tried and tested experience of those already in operation, offering a lively and informative overview of what you need to prepare a travel plan and get it up and running.

Published:
11 October 2007
Last update:
01 April 2008

A guide on how to set up and run travel plan networks (417 kb)

Transport Energy best practice guide on how to set up and run travel plan networks.

Published:
27 September 2006

A guide on travel plans for developers (263 kb)

Transport Energy best practice guide on travel plans for developers.

Published:
27 September 2006

Travel plans: new business opportunities for information technology providers (279 kb)

Transport Energy best practice guide - Travel plans: new business opportunities for information technology providers.

Published:
27 September 2006

'Green ways' to Greenway (152 kb)

Transport Energy best practice case study on 'Green ways' to Greenway.

Published:
27 September 2006

Transport and environmental management systems (627 kb)

Transport Energy best practice guide on transport and environmental management systems.

Published:
27 September 2006

Developing an effective travel plan: advice for Government Departments (summary)

Travel plans are aimed at reducing car use for travel to work and for travel for business.

Published:
24 June 2005

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