Having just read this piece (link below) about late night transit in America, it got me thinking about the importance … Continue reading The West Midlands and transport out of hours
The title hopefully indicates my frustration that we have come round to the annual media feeding frenzy and slanging match … Continue reading The annual fair fares media frenzy (aka oh look, railways!)
I may have mentioned before that transport plays a fundamental role in our lives. As part of my PhD research, … Continue reading Incentivising transport and wider policy benefits
In 3 previous posts I have discussed my vision for a CrossCity rail network for Greater Birmingham/West Midlands. The first … Continue reading So what could this CrossCity network do for Greater Birmingham?
Having looked at the City Edge Hubs in the previous post, I wanted to focus in on the outer city … Continue reading (a third part) more on the Greater Birmingham CrossCity rail network concept
Well it is always pleasing to get positive feedback and so quickly after putting this concept out into the public … Continue reading More on a Greater Birmingham CrossCity Network
I have written previously about a West Midlands equivalent to the emerging London Crossrail route(s) or the Paris RER network … Continue reading A Greater Birmingham CrossCity rail network
The Department for Transport have published the National Travel Survey 2013 and there are some very interesting facts in there. … Continue reading So what does the National Travel Survey tell us?
My eyes lit up on reading this piece http://www.fastcoexist.com/3033176/a-futuristic-megacity-grows-in-scandinavia just now as it reminded me of a number of conversations I have … Continue reading City regions, mega cities, connected economies…
PTEG (the Passenger Transport Executive Group) have published, what I consider to be, an extremely important report on the role … Continue reading How buses (and transport) support wider policy objectives (PTEG report)