Future mobility options such as e-bikes and MaaS must be accessible and affordable to as many different people as possible to fulfil its true potential.
Is it short-sighted to expect public transport to ‘pay’ for itself? Shouldn’t some other benefits of having a fit-for-purpose system also be considered?
Clare Linton, policy and research advisor at the Urban Transport Group discusses how greening urban freight is key to decarbonising city regions.
This report by Urban Transport Group highlights how freight is vital to the effective functioning of the UK economy.
This Urban Transport Group commissioned report aims to quantify and understand the potential to increasing e-bike uptake in the UK and the benefits that could be realised as a result.
Over 100m car and taxi trips made in city regions could instead be on e-bikes if the Government can meet targets for cycling, according to a new report.
Government plans for England’s buses gain support, but questions are raised over the ability of local authorities to comply with proposed timescales
The Urban Transport Group has appointed Laura Shoaf, managing director of Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), as chair
Major UK city transport authorities are urging the Government for more funding and powers to help rebuild after Covid-19.
This Urban Transport Group report urges the Government to support transport authorities with more funding and powers to help rebuild after Covid-19.
The Urban Transport Group has expanded its reach after Transport for Wales became its latest member, joining its 13-strong network of transport authorities.
City region transport authorities have welcomed Government plans to bring forward trials of e-scooters to explore the role they might play in the future of urban transport and to inform future decisions around micro-mobility legislation.
National Express has temporarily suspended all of its coach services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Urban Transport Group, the consortium of the UK’s largest transport authorities, has urged for Government support to help maintain services during the coronavirus pandemic.
Urban Transport Group has published a new report setting out the ‘considerable uncertainties’ about the rollout of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) in the UK.
City regions in the UK have the opportunity to address the escalating climate crisis by making connections between the transport, energy and built environment sectors.