A vision – and challenging targets
Lockdown has shown that life can still continue for most people with vastly lower transport demand – and many benefits to the quality of our lives,
14th July 2020
The uncomfortable truth about carbon
I am not normally outspoken in a professional context, but we must recognise the clear failing by many people to fully address what it means to reduc
8th July 2020
So what’s gone wrong?
In the first blog, I referenced James Gleave’s blog that “Transport has not had a good crisis”. What makes me say that? Writing in late June
2nd July 2020
Were those quiet streets all just a dream?
Writing on the day that lockdown is all but being ended in England (not in Scotland or Wales), it’s a good moment to ask if Covid-19 will have any
29th June 2020
1963 – Oh, what a year!
This entry takes a historic look back to the context that has led to the dominance of motor vehicles. I’m not suggesting that (in many respects)
23rd June 2020
How the car became king
I previously asked why our transport system has such massive cost and carbon impact, when travel is not a fundamental human need. The statistics a
19th June 2020
Transport in the ‘new normal’
Covid-19 will change everything, with a ‘new normal’, not least in the transport sector – or so we are repeatedly told. But is that really g
15th June 2020