Following the local and mayoral elections we now have a month until the General Election. Given the amount of Brexit … Continue reading Many elections, not so much transport policy
There is a super write up on The Guardian website of an event held in Birmingham a couple of weeks … Continue reading Talking skills and infrastructure
The rail industry is a relatively complex and capital-intensive one for businesses to enter and develop market share in. The railways … Continue reading The relevance of rail to mobility as a service
The increasing interest in the principles of Mobility as a Service is a hugely exciting prospect in the seemingly-neverending quest … Continue reading Multimodality and innovation: the real value of Mobility as a Service
Last week New Street station in the heart of Birmingham City Centre was finally revealed and it was worth the … Continue reading New Street, Labour, HS2, electrification – lot’s going on!
On the back of yesterday’s comments from Ed Balls on the Labour Party’s ambitions for a National Infrastructure Commission, I … Continue reading Looking far into the future (the joy of infrastructure)
Conscious that I have not been writing on here for a while (due to starting my new job!) I have … Continue reading It’s all happening in Birmingham
In yesterday’s report from HS2 Ltd, the title of it perhaps was the biggest news story that got completely missed … Continue reading Are we developing a national transport strategy?
In this Part I want to explore a practical application of integrated transport policy. Quite often we have accepted second … Continue reading Integrated Transport (or Mobility Opportunities) Part 2
I took part in an interesting discussion yesterday with other West Midlands transport types, one part of this discussion focused … Continue reading Integrated Transport (or Mobility Opportunities) Part 1