Latest news:
Sub story to feature: Issue 511 15 Jan 2009

Time to consider the implications of aviation and its impacts in international transport

The UK’s roles as a destination for international tourism and as a global aviation hub may need to be re-evaluated in the light of climate change, says David Quarmby

As a former chairman of the British Tourist Authority, Colin Buchanan director David Quarmby has a unique perspective on the effect that tourism (both international and internal) has on the UK’s transport policies and economic development. And, interestingly, he is happy to concede that the issue of climate change has become a key ‘battleground’, with neither of the possibly incompatible aims of maximising economic growth and reducing our carbon emissions clearly more...

Add a comment

Join Local Transport Today subscribers and read this article in full...

Local Transport Today

1 Year

2 Year

Save 10%

3 Year

Save 15%







+£4 VAT

+£7.20 VAT

+£10.20 VAT

Local Transport Today is dedicated to providing you with
detailed knowledge: essential to informed transport planning and project delivery.
All annual subscriptions include a 1 user licence for TransportXtra
Local Transport Today



TransportXtra only

An online-only subscription to TransportXtra  works out at less than £7.50 per month for all the latest issues and transport intelligence.
Subscribe or view multi-user packages.

 £90 + VAT

Not ready to subscribe? Take a 2 week free trial