Most decision-makers are white males, so what chance is there for others to have their hopes and fears properly represented? asks Laura Laker
For the roughly one-in-five in the UK who are disabled, day-to-day travel is a greater challenge than for the able-bodied, reports Laura Laker
Learn about the key challenges and opportunities for the industry over the next 30 years. Part of the Smart Transport webinar.
Business and technology journalist David Fowler examines the benefits of universal basic mobility but also highlights the drawbacks.
Fourteen of the world’s most ambitious and successful sustainable transport cities explain the actions they are taking to reduce emissions and why.
New evidence that access to public and private transport has wide-ranging positive impacts on people’s lives.
Stephen Joseph OBE, Smart Transport chair, explains how we connect policy to solutions
Smart Travel Insight: Planners need to think more about cycling and walking and less about the road network and car ownership, suggests Laura Laker
Smart Transport Insight: The aspiration to own a car is not as widespread as in the past. This is just one example of a change in attitude towards travel, reports Beate Kubitz