Welcome to my blog! Here, I try to keep up with, and make sense of the latest developments happening in this busy space. My focus is on promoting sustainable travel.

We’re living in a period of rapid change, both in terms of the policy and funding context and the disruptive influence of technology and new service models. Some of these changes present a massive opportunity for strengthening the role that sustainable transport plays and enhancing the offer.  But if not carefully managed, these changes could undermine sustainable transport and exacerbate problems that we transport planners have been grappling with over the years.

All views are my own. 

 

Blog #5: We need to talk about CAV

The hype around connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs) remains at fever pitch. Any article on them is usually accompanied by hyperbole such as revolution, transformation etc.

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Blog#4: On the Buses

2018’s been a miserable year for buses.

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Blog#3: Is our approach to travel behaviour change wrong?

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I’m a leading expert in travel behaviour change. I know this because it says so on my website.

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Blog#2: Is travel really changing?

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There’s constant hype around new mobility solutions transforming or disrupting the way people interact with transport.

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MaaS Blog #1: Some guiding principles for MaaS?

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The MaaS bandwagon shows no signs of slowing down. There are numerous pilots underway, and more companies are positioning themselves to offer part of the MaaS jigsaw.

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