2023 Action Scorecards

Action Scorecards 2023

Transport

Transport is the other biggest sector of greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. This section covers the main enabling actions councils can take to reduce car use and encourage more sustainable transport within their area.

Average score by council type

Single Tier

22% Average score

District

9% Average score

County

18% Average score

Northern Ireland

7% Average score

Combined Authority

This section does not apply to Combined Authorities. Visit the following equivalent section:

Section: Transport (CA)

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You’ll find more options, like the ability to compare your council’s Scorecard with other councils, and see a more granular breakdown of how they did on each question of the Scorecards.

QuestionsCouncils with full marks per question
2.1

Is the council transitioning their vehicle fleet to electric?

26 out of 164 district councils got full marks for this question.
2.2

Has the council set up or supported a shared transport scheme that can be used across their whole area?

None out of 164 district councils got full marks for this question.
2.10

Has the council supported the expansion of a public network of electric vehicle chargers?

None out of 164 district councils got full marks for this question.
2.11

Has the council approved, expanded or built a high carbon transport project since 2019?

Penalty marks: The maximum number of points for this question is 0. Read more about penalty mark questions.

149 out of 164 district councils got no penalty marks for this question.
2.12a

Do the NO2 levels in a significant proportion of neighbourhoods within the council’s area exceed the safe World Health Organisation (WHO) air pollution guidelines?

Penalty marks: The maximum number of points for this question is 0. Read more about penalty mark questions.

92 out of 164 district councils got no penalty marks for this question.
2.12b

Do the PM 2.5 levels in a significant proportion of neighbourhoods in the council’s area exceed the safe World Health Organisation (WHO) air pollution guidelines?

Penalty marks: The maximum number of points for this question is 0. Read more about penalty mark questions.

None out of 164 district councils got no penalty marks for this question.
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