The way we move around Brighton & Hove has had to change due to Covid-19 and further changes will be needed for the Labour Party to meet its manifesto commitment to make our city carbon neutral by 2030.

The Labour minority council has made temporary changes to our transport network to keep the city moving whilst maintaining social distancing. These changes make it safer and easier for people to walk and cycle, whilst there is reduced capacity on public transport, and help keep road congestion to a minimum.

Your council would like to hear what you think about these changes and has opened a consultation online at https://consultations.brighton-hove.gov.uk/parking/covid-19-temporary-measures/

Local actions in and around the city can help us lead the way to becoming carbon neutral, enhancing our environment and improving residents’ health.

Local actions in and around the city can help us lead the way to becoming carbon neutral, enhancing our environment and improving residents’ health.

Brighton & Hove’s Labour minority council has:

  • Improved air quality in the city
  • Maintained the subsidy for all 19 council-supported bus routes
  • Achieved the highest level of bus use in the country outside London
  • Invested millions of pounds in sustainable local transport improvements
  • Introduced the Brighton Bike-Share Scheme, one of the most successful in the UK

Our ambition is to deliver a transport system with a focus on moving people not vehicles, making best use of road space.

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