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  • Birmingham’s busy roads increase risk of cancer, heart and lung disease

    Living near a busy road in Birmingham can increase the risk of lung cancer by 4.1 percent and stunt children’s lung growth by 7.7 percent according to new research.
  • Business toolkit now available

    Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce have launched a toolkit to support organisations prepare for the launch of Birmingham's Clean Air Zone.
  • More than £4m of further walking and cycling improvements to be delivered across Birmingham

    Birmingham City Council has been awarded circa £4.5m as part of the second tranche of funding from the Department for Transport’s Active Travel Fund.
  • Birmingham announces measures as part of new Emergency Transport Plan

    Birmingham City Council has launched its Emergency Transport Plan outlining plans for a wide range of measures to support walking, cycling and public transport across the city, in light of COVID-19.
  • Council recognised for green travel plans

    Birmingham City Council has been awarded Modeshift STARS Business Bronze Accreditation for its green travel initiatives and encouraging staff to take-up more sustainable methods of transport.
  • Birmingham gets first hydrogen bus

    Birmingham City Council has unveiled the first of its 20 new hydrogen buses, which are set to be in operation later this year.
  • Rapid charging network for electric vehicles to be rolled out in Birmingham

    As part of its commitment to cut carbon emissions, Birmingham City Council will start the roll-out of 100% renewable energy electric vehicle charge points across the city from Autumn 2020.
  • Hydrogen buses coming to Birmingham next Spring

    Birmingham City Council has purchased 20 new hydrogen double decker buses as part of their Clean Air Hydrogen Bus Pilot.
  • December 2020 newsletter

    Welcome to the December 2020 edition of the monthly Brum Breathes newsletter
  • Bimingham City Council publishes Active Travel review

    A comprehensive review was launched in November 2020 to assess the impact and effectiveness of the emergency transport measures introduced as Birmingham emerged from the national lockdown.
  • November 2020 newsletter

    Welcome to the November 2020 edition of the Brum Breathes newsletter
  • October 2020 newsletter

    Welcome to the October 2020 edition of the Brum Breathes newsletter
  • E-scooter trial zone set to expand in Birmingham

    Following a successful launch period, the operating area of Birmingham’s e-scooter trial will be expanded to the north and southwest of the city.
  • Birmingham’s e-cargo bike pilot launches in time to make Christmas deliveries green

    Birmingham City Council has received its first batch of e-cargo bikes - just in time for Christmas.
  • National Express to run zero-emission Sprint bus services

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  • Big Birmingham Bikes giveaway

    Big Birmingham Bikes scheme distributes first round of bikes to people.
  • Modeshift Stars scheme continues to empower active travel across Birmingham

    ModeShift STARS is continuing to encourage businesses to promote sustainability through active travel.
  • Cleaning up and greening up the UK’s second city

    Councillor Waseem Zaffar MBE, Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment, talks about why cleaning up Birmingham’s air remains a top priority.
  • Fun without fireworks

    There are many reasons why people prefer to have #FunWithoutFireworks, with the impact they can have on air quality increasingly changing people’s habits.
  • It’s #TimeToAct

    A new campaign has launched to continue our efforts to improve the quality of the city’s air.
  • #TimeToAct on Clean Air Day

    On 15 June 2023, at Birmingham New Street Station, over 600 members of the public made a pledge to improve air quality in the city.