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Zero-carbon: finding the best investment returns for councils

Zero-carbon: finding the best investment returns for councils

Local government plans to deliver a less carbon-intensive highways and transport system was given an added urgency after Prime Minister Boris Johnson accelerated the timetable... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News
Don’t overlook equity when deciding where to place cycling schemes

Don’t overlook equity when deciding where to place cycling schemes

With colleagues at four academic institutions, we have developed the Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT; pct.bike). Funded by the DfT, the PCT is an award-winning open-source tool recommended for developing cycling networks, used by over 80 transport authorities... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News
Discovering ‘the sweet spot’

Discovering ‘the sweet spot’
Glenn Lyons

Travel is a derived demand. Ah, yes, we often remind ourselves of this, don’t... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News
Why 15 minute cities are a good idea

Why 15 minute cities are a good idea

Compact centres are back on the agenda. They may be described as 5, 15 or 20 minute neighbourhoods or cities – and, as ever, the more... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News
Jo Field is new president
of Women in Transport

Jo Field is new president of Women in Transport

Women in Transport has elected Jo Field as new president, succeeding Katie Hulland. Her  election for a four-year term was confirmed at Women in Transport’s AGM last week. Five new... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News
Midlands Connect appoints Heppenstall

Midlands Connect appoints Heppenstall

Karen Heppenstall has been appointed head of rail at Midlands Connect. She joins the Sub-national Transport Body after six years at engineering... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News

Cridland to retire as TfN’s chairman

John Cridland is to retire as chairman of Transport for the North (TfN). He will remain in the post until TfN’s annual meeting in July.  The process to find his successor is now underway, said TfN. During his six years as chairman, the North’s Sub-national Transport Body has... continue

18 May 2021Local Transport Today News

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