Clean Air Villages 3 Case Study Launch25th May 2021 / Posted by Rachael Aldridge
CRP is proud to share five case studies developed as part of the Clean Air Villages 3 (CAV3) programme. The case studies aim to promote best practice, inspiring businesses, local authorities, BIDs, landowners, hospitals, residents and other groups to utilise tools available to reduce congestion and pollution.
Each of CRP’s CAV3 case studies brings a different theme/solution related to better air quality:
- Cargo Bike Schemes: A Sustainable Response to the COVID Crisis
This case study showcases CRP’s response to the pandemic through cargo bike schemes, to support local businesses and community organisations, pharmacies, charities and food banks to deliver essential items via zero-emission delivering items to the vulnerable and isolating.
- CleanCar Dongles: How your business can switch to an Electric Vehicle (EV)
This step-by-step guide showcases the emission saving potential through data from 18,000 miles driven across London in vehicles looking to switch to EV.
- LiveShares: CRP’s Online Events
This case study showcases the 17 workshop sessions to promote behaviour change to improve local air quality, toolkits, and links to the videos resulting from each session.
- Monitoring Interventions in Central London: Soho’s Al Fresco Dining Scheme
Take a look to see how CRP used Vivacity monitoring to present road behaviour across selected areas in 9 London boroughs and 4 BIDs.
- Developing New Clean Air Routes
CRP’s 14 new Clean Air Routes were created to encourage people to walk and cycle on less busy streets!
All of CRP’s Case Studies and flyers for each Clean Air Route are available on the CAV3 project page.