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
Ok, so i may have caused some raised eyebrows on twitter the last week or two with my criticism of … Continue reading My beef with New Street station
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
I know of Dr Rachel Aldred in the transport world and as one of the other 5 UK transport tweeters named in … Continue reading Cycling, what you need to know
This is really a thought experiment and a bit of fun and I would welcome other peoples’ thoughts on this … Continue reading What big transport ideas could we deploy in the West Midlands?
Right now we are seeing our transport authorities losing staff and revenue spending while still needing to deliver efficient and … Continue reading How could public transport be run better?