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Growing urban transport agenda gives UTG plenty to chew on

The Urban Transport Group is capitalising on the heightened interest in city-region transport challenges. Andrew Forster went to meet its director, Jonathan Bray, and chair, Tobyn Hughes

05 March 2018
Urban Transport Group director Jonathan Bray (left) and chair Tobyn Hughes
Urban Transport Group director Jonathan Bray (left) and chair Tobyn Hughes


These are exciting times to be involved in urban transport. Elected mayors,  combined authorities, and devolution deals are giving city-regions added clout – and cash – to deliver their visions.  And the transport agenda is constantly evolving, with new mobility products and services, new regulatory models for buses, rail devolution, and so on. 

All of which means the Urban Transport Group (UTG) has plenty on its plate. The UTG was formed in 2016, supplanting the...

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