Vehicle emissions emit a mix of pollutants such as carbon monoxide and particulates, contribute to climate change, reduce air quality and increase the risk of respiratory diseases. Sustainable travel can make a huge difference to the environment, boost your health, and could relieve the strain on your pocket - find out how below.
Birmingham City Council introduced a Clean Air Zone in 2021. The zone charges the most polluting vehicles to enter parts of the city, in a bid to tackle air pollution.
View our sustainable travel guides
Download our Travel Plans
The purpose of our Travel Plans are to encourage the use of sustainable transport and anticipate the changes in travel provision and behaviour.
A staff and student travel survey was planned for March 2020 to input into a Travel Plan for 2020-2022, however this was delayed due to Covid-19. We are currently developing our next full Travel Plans for 2022-2024.
In the meantime, we have developed an Interim Travel Plan to ensure that we are still taking opportunities to encourage the use of sustainable transport and build on the impacts that Covid-19 has had on travel, ways of working and studying.
Go Green Travel Guide
Sustainable travel can make a huge difference to the environment, boost your health, and save you money.
Check out our Go Green Travel Guide which helps you navigate around our sports facilities in a sustainable way.