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Christmas drink drive campaign uses friends’ influence to help save lives

December 7, 20170

Christmas campaign works with Kiss FM to get people encouraging their friends not to drink and drive. Tell your friends not…

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#GetOutThere17 Photo Competition: Winners Announced!

November 24, 20170

Liverpool & Sefton Chambers want to say a big thank you to everyone who entered their #GetOutThere17 Photo Competition. They…

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November 21, 20170

Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire, and South Lancashire has upgraded its fleet, investing over £4 million in the region, including first of…

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Top LA directors show dangers of using mobiles while driving

November 1, 20170

New pink kittens THINK! road safety campaign is aimed at younger drivers. The directors behind the video for Pharrell Williams’ hit…

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October 19, 20170

Get out and about this Autumn! We all know the wider health benefits of cycling and walking, for both our…

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The app that inspires tens of millions to go cycling

October 13, 20170

Thankfully for tens of millions of cyclists around the world, Mark Gainey didn’t walk away from the sport when he…

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Cycling UK Community Cycle Club Programme

October 13, 20170

The Cycling UK Community Cycle Club Programme consults with established community groups to determine how cycling can play a role…

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Young people in the Liverpool City Region buck trend of national bus passenger decline

September 29, 20170

The number of bus journeys young people are making in the Liverpool City Region has risen by 142% in the…

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Travel to work: An employers’ perspective

September 15, 20170

One of the key barriers to accessing employment is transport, which not only impacts on those looking for employment but…

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Nine New Biogas Buses for Runcorn to Liverpool Route

August 24, 20170

Arriva North West has welcomed nine new biogas buses to its fleet in Runcorn following a £2 million investment.  The…

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