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This report summarises some of the latest academic research which shows the importance of agglomeration economies (the way in which high value sectors of the economy cluster together in cities) in driving wider national economies. It also shows that these urban clusters cannot develop to their full potential without high quality and efficient transport networks.
This report to pteg by Atkins focuses on the most important recent and forthcoming changes to highways policy and the implications of these for Metropolitan areas, including in respect of air quality, carbon emissions, technology, the Strategic Road Network, road maintenance, road safety, planning, freight, management of road space and parking policy.
A report for pteg by Transport for Quality of Life intended to help widen the scope of debate about regional rail by considering whether more thoroughgoing governance changes might offer greater benefits and whether these benefits are worth the potential risks and costs associated with deeper reform.
Report highlights vital role of transport in achieving health, social care and employment goals
Full costs of competition failure are higher than CC estimates
Support for bigger role for PTEs in delivering better rail
The six largest public transport authorities outside London today welcomed the McNulty report, and in particular its focus on the potential for greater devolution of rail powers outside London.
pteg calls on EU to put big city traffic restraint at heart of new transport policy
pteg Chair, Geoff Inskip, has called on the EU to make urban traffic restraint a key theme in its new forty year transport policy.
Geoff Inskip said:
pteg welcomes Competition Commission bus report
City regions have UK’s biggest potential for cycling growth
A new report, commissioned by pteg from Sustrans, has found that the greatest potential for increasing cycling in the UK can be found in the city regions.
In response to Norman Baker’s answer to a parliamentary question on 10 March on BSOG and freebus:
Responding to the DfT's new rail franchising policy, pteg Chair, Geoff Inskip, said: