If fewer people travel to city centres for their work, are urban and transport plans likely to go into sharp reverse? asks Mark Smulian
A new partnership has been formed to help reduce the environmental impact of commuter emissions.
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
The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us flexible working 'works' but what does this mean for our cities in the longer term?
Speculation about the death of commuting may turn out to be premature, but the legacy of lockdown could promote a place-making revolution in urban planning. Mark Sutcliffe investigates the 15-minute city model
A mental health consultancy is advising companies to carefully consider the hidden costs of commuting before asking staff to return to the office.
New research from Hitachi Capital UK has found a majority of employees want to make radical changes to the way they work once the lockdown lifts.