Tag Archive for 'Guernsey commute'

PF+A company gives staff financial incentive to not drive alone to work

June 7th, 2013 by PF+A

PF+A employees have traded in their cars and solo trips to work for more sustainable and less polluting alternatives thanks to a new incentive scheme launched by the company. The 14 strong team at the design office in St Peter Port are given £0.50 – £1.00 every time they make their journey to work in […]

Living Streets Walk to Work Week from 13 to 17 May 2013

March 20th, 2013 by Living Streets

British charity Living Streets is urging employees to get a ticket to stride for their daily commute this May. Walk to Work Week from 13 to 17 May 2013 is an opportunity for employees across Britain to make walking part of their commute. Along with Walk to School Week from 20 to 24 May 2013, […]

BMWs C evolution near-production electric scooter for the commuter

August 2nd, 2012 by BMW Group

BMW recognises that growing traffic volumes, rising energy costs, and increasingly stringent CO2 emission restrictions on vehicles are going to require drastic changes in the requirements for individual mobility. With this in mind, BMW Motorrad have developed the BMW C evolution, which is a near-production prototype electric scooter, which is designed for commuter traffic between […]

How does one reduce traffic congestion on Island roads?

June 14th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Many Guernsey residents believe that one of the irritations of island life is the traffic congestion faced during the morning and afternoon rush hour.  Traffic congestion occurs when parents take their children to and from school and when business people drive in and out of St Peter Port.  Long queues of cars can form along […]