It’s Liftshare Week from Monday 5th – 11th October, a great opportunity to promote car sharing in your place of work.
Help reduce your Organisation’s carbon footprint, free up some valuable parking space and help employees reap the rewards by promoting car sharing. Not only will your employees benefit from reduced fuel bills, less wear and tear on vehicles and company on the journey to work, but could also gain access to free parking in all standard rate ‘purple’ spaces and 350 reserved car share bays in prime locations, all for just £30 annual membership fee per person. (only applicable to CMK located Organisations).
Rugby World Cup matches in MK
Rugby World Cup 2015 has started and with days to go until the first matches to held right here in Milton Keynes, excitement is certainly building.
Over the past few months Milton Keynes Council have been working closely with England 2015, Thames Valley Police, The Parks Trust and other partners to make the visitor experience for rugby fans enjoyable and to show that Milton Keynes is a great city to host sporting events.
Three of the 48 Rugby matches will be played at stadiummk starting with France v Canada 8pm on October 1, Samoa v Japan 2:30pm October 3 and Fiji v Uruguay 8pm October 6.
Details of all matches and teams can be found at www.rugbyworldcup.com
Organisations from around the UK and their departments and staff are all invited to take part in the National Cycle Challenge. A fun and free competition to see who can get the most people riding a bike.
You can ride anywhere, anytime during the 3 week Challenge. People only need to ride for just 10 minutes to take part!
The government wants the UK to become a world leader in driverless technology.
It will publish a code of practice in the spring which will allow the testing of autonomous cars to go ahead.
Self-drive pods that will be tested in Milton Keynes and Coventry are unveiled for the first time.
The government promised a full review of current legislation by the summer of 2017.
That review will consider whether a higher standard of driving should be demanded of automated vehicles.
Pictured (L-R) are: Robin Pointon (Managing Director of Go Travel Solutions), Neil Fulton (Programme Director for the Automated Transport Systems Business Unit at The Transport Systems Catapult), and Andrew Bannister (Chairman of Smartgo Milton Keynes and Group Corporate Social Responsibility Manager for Volkswagen Group UK)
National Intelligent Mobility organisation joins Smartgo Milton Keynes Steering Group
The Transport Systems Catapult is the latest major organisation to join the Smartgo Milton Keynes Steering Group. The organisation has joined the Steering Group for the Smartgo Milton Keynes workplace travel network to help shape and drive the growth of sustainable transport options for Milton Keynes employers and their staff.
The Transport Systems Catapult is the UK's technology and innovation centre for Intelligent Mobility, with headquarters in Milton Keynes. Smartgo Milton Keynes was developed and is co-ordinated by specialist sustainable travel consultancy, Go Travel Solutions with support from Milton Keynes Council and Volkswagen.