Gothenburg (Sweden) and what it tells us about the close links between world-leading economic success and transport decarbonisation.
Research from our fellows
Clear, consistent, robust and independent information on claims made for road schemes is now needed more than ever.
FIT Fellow Jonathan Tyler looks at the opportunities presented by the restructuring of the railway industry.
In his latest blog, John Whitelegg talks about the importance of behavioural change in relation to achieving net zero carbon by 2030.
Alistair Kirkbride discusses why, despite the many reports and commentaries setting out the problems related to national park access & transport, nothing of significance seems to change.
FIT Fellow Alistair Kirkbride explores the four main transport issues collectively facing our national parks.
John Whitelegg discusses the urgent need for a transformational, paradigm shift, and a completely new and totally integrated approach to transport choices, and of the co-benefits which arise from reducing our dependence on motorised mobility.
John Whitelegg sets out how we can maximise the contribution of bus service improvements to decarbonisation objectives.
The Ludlow net zero carbon project has shown that if its main recommendations are accepted by Shropshire Council and implemented by 2023, the constituency can reduce transport carbon by 48 per cent from its 2019 level. On Saturday 22nd May 2021 the Ludlow Project...