While predictions of the death of the city centre office may be premature, seismic shifts in where, when and how frequently we travel to work are underway
It may be a little while before the outcomes and impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are fully known, but there is little doubt that it has presented planners with an unprecedented opportunity to make substantial changes in one fell swoop
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
Christian Wolmar looks at night-time working as a solution to the freight challenge
Christian Wolmar looks at electrification as a solution to the freight challenge
Christian Wolmar looks at urban consolidation centres as a solution to freight transportation
Christian Wolmar looks at cargobikes as a solution to freight transportation
Once you look past the hoopla that surrounds technology such as drone deliveries, going the ‘last mile’ requires stronger political will, says Christian Wolmar
The story behind the UK’s longest new domestic railway to open for 100 years.
Tallinn is the largest city to offer free public transport so far. It was made free in the city because of “social urgency”.