Moving City Regions Together

 

Urban Transport Group is the UK’s network of city region transport authorities.

This film brings to life how as a network, we are ‘Moving City Regions Together’. It shows how employees at our member organisations – from front line staff such as ferry captains and bus drivers, to transport planners and active travel outreach teams – all play a vital role in keeping their respective cities moving.

You can also view individual films of staff from our member organisations by following these links:

Be part of it

Whether you work for one of our member organisations, work for an organisation that would like to join our network or are a member of the public interested in transport, there are plenty of opportunities to be part of the Urban Transport Group’s mission to ensure transport plays its full part in making our city regions greener, fairer, happier, healthier and more prosperous places.

If you work for one of our member organisations

Staff from within our member organisations receive a range of benefits and can be involved in the Urban Transport Group on a number of different levels. These are summarised here.

If you work for an organisation that would like to join Urban Transport Group

Membership of the Urban Transport Group is open to public sector transport bodies which serve significant urban areas. You can find out more about the benefits of membership here.

If you are a member of the public interested in transport

Even if you’re not an employee of an Urban Transport Group member organisation, you can still:

  • Sign up to our e-update to receive all the latest news, views and information on urban transport
  • Follow us on social media, both on Twitter and LinkedIn
  • Get behind the scenes insight into urban transport trends and policy in our blog
  • Familiarise yourself with the key modes, issues and challenges in urban transport with our bitesize briefings and reports
  • Select, visualise and share transport trends such as patronage or congestion on our leading and free online tool, the Data Hub.​