A bold political vision allied to urgent action has transformed travel within a city where cycling now prospers alongside scooters and Segways are set to follow
Andy McDonald, shadow Secretary of State for Transport, reflects on a city that has used development of a modern tram network to replace car dominance
Tallinn is the largest city to offer free public transport so far. It was made free in the city because of “social urgency”.
City council has authorised 18 providers but has firm rules in place.
Beate Kubitz assesses the potential of car clubs, bike-share and lift-share to offer a viable alternative to the single-occupancy car.
Fourteen of the world’s most ambitious and successful sustainable transport cities explain the actions they are taking to reduce emissions and why.
Experts are increasingly using this technique to assess different potential futures and engage communities in alternative visions of transport, reports business motoring writer Jonathan Manning.
Christian Wolmar warns transport planners to beware of the hype around autonomous vehicles.
Copenhagen’s Cycling Super Highways put Denmark on the fast track to carbon-neutral urban transport.
Affordability and availability are the cornerstones of Amsterdam’s people-friendly approach to ensuring the city reaches its goal of being emission free by 2030