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Sustainable travel

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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 will introduce a Clean Air Zone on Tuesday 1 June 2021. The zone will charge the most polluting vehicles to enter parts of the city, in a bid to tackle air pollution.

Find out more about the Clean Air Zone

View our sustainable travel guides

Travelling to City Centre Campus

Travelling to City South Campus

Inter-campus travel map

Download our 2018-20 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.

City Centre Campus: Travel Plan (2018-20)

City South Campus: Travel Plan (2018-20)

BCU Travel Action Plan 2018-2020

  • Live

Cycling and e-scooters

Walking and running

Bus and Metro

Train

Car share

Inter-campus travel