Transport writer Mark Smulian looks at the hurdles local transport authorities face when introducing change and whether solutions from other countries might work here.
Micromobility – bicycles, e-bikes, electric scooters, cargo bikes and trikes – requires sensitive planning and a dose of common sense by city policymakers, says new mobility writer and researcher Beate Kubitz.
Beate Kubitz assesses the potential of car clubs, bike-share and lift-share to offer a viable alternative to the single-occupancy car.
With the UK in the grips of an inactivity crisis, now is the time to think about walking and cycling, says active travel expert Laura Laker.
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.
Data is the new ‘natural resource’ upon which transport and mobility services will be built, the 21st century equivalent of coal or oil, reports business motoring writer Jonathan Manning.
What additional practical steps can local authorities and their private sector partners take to decarbonise urban transport, asks Mark Sutcliffe.
Mark Sutcliffe reviews the Urban Transport Group’s latest report on Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
Holistic thinking’s one thing, but is joined-up action for land use and transport policy possible, asks Mark Smulian
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