The 15-minute city backlash is a lesson for sustainable transport

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Residents and communities must be made feel part of changes to their local infrastructure, writes TechUK's Ashley Feldman

The recent backlash against the 15-minute city has bemused us all. How can a mundane, if not overreferenced, urban planning theory find itself the subject of protests, far-right conspiracy theories and...

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