Nine groups have joined forces in the U.K. to launch the Sustainable Transport Alliance, a new partnership that will work to promote sustainable mobility. The Sustainable Transport Alliance has been established by: Bus Users UK; the Campaign for Better Transport; Collaborative Mobility UK (CoMoUK); the Community Rail Network; the Community Transport Association; Greener Journeys; Living Streets; Sustrans; and the London Cycling Campaign. The alliance was agreed upon at the recent annual mobility conference, hosted by CoMoUK on Nov. 17-20. This year’s event was a virtual conference. The new alliance has set three sets of priorities. Firstly, it will communicate about the importance of public, shared and community transport, alongside active travel, for climate and communities. Secondly, it will work to create opportunities for collaboration and innovation across the transport sector, involving governments at both local and national level while putting communities at the core of change. And finally, it will bring partners together to make progress in the field of sustainable and inclusive transport in view of the COP26. The 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is scheduled to take place in Glasgow on Nov. 1-12, 2021 under the U.K. presidency.