10 March, 2020
‘Considerable uncertainties’ about how fast and how far the rollout of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) will go in the UK has been outlined in a report from the Urban Transport Group, the UK’s network of city region transport authorities.
Excessive use of competition funding for urban transport projects is inefficient and costly, report reveals
12 February, 2020
27 January, 2020
The Urban Transport Group has welcomed the launch of the NHS’ campaign ‘For A Greener NHS’ designed to tackle the climate “health emergency”, which it announced this weekend.
20 December, 2019
Responding to the outcome of the election, and the Queen’s Speech, UTG Chair, Stephen Edwards, said:
10 December, 2019
27 November, 2019
New research has uncovered valuable insights into how passengers spend their time while travelling by bus, and sets out the implications for future bus design and promotion.
Cities have opportunity to address climate crisis & create more liveable places by joining dots between transport, energy & built environment
14 November, 2019
New report shows how cities are delivering emissions reductions and wider benefits by making connections between sectors
9 October, 2019
Research helps predict “good bus territory” and highlights 25 local areas which out-perform their predicted bus use and why
30 September, 2019
The Urban Transport Group has today responded to a speech made by the Chancellor in which he described buses as the “backbone of our public transport in most of the country.”
Critical challenges and solutions to improving transport in city regions identified ahead of party conferences
11 September, 2019
The challenges to improving transport in the UK’s city regions and the solutions needed to overcome them have been set out by the Urban Transport Group today.