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
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
I was excited and intrigued to be invited by the Travel Tech Lab and London & Partners to speak at … Continue reading Talking the Future of Travel at London Tech Week
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
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
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?
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