Campaign blog posts from 2012
31 December 2012
31 December 2012: New research shows how transport can be a barrier to finding employment.
07 December 2012
7 December 2012: As part of our football travel project, West Ham supporter Peter Caton writes about the problems faced by fans when going to matches by public transport.
04 December 2012
4 December 2012: The Chancellor makes his Autumn Statement on Wednesday. Here's what to look out for on transport.
14 November 2012
14 November 2012: Fresh from apparently winning Government support for an increase in speed limits for larger HGVs, the road haulage industry is at it again. They are pushing for massive 25 metre (82 ft) HGVs to be allowed on UK roads. Their efforts are timed to coincide with an EU review of the...
25 October 2012
25 October 2012: As part of our football travel project, Southampton fan Matt Hemsley writes about the challenges and cost of getting to matches without a car.
24 October 2012
24 October 2012: The Government plan to publish a national transport this Autumn. Here's what we think the strategy should look like.
11 October 2012
11 October 2012: The party conference season is over for another year. What will they mean for transport policy?
03 October 2012
3 October 2012: The Government's plans to relet the west coast mainline franchise collapsed today. Surely there's a better way to run the rail franchise process?
04 September 2012
4 September 2012: Greening is out and McLoughlin is in - are we set for more runways and roads?
10 August 2012
10 August 2012: When the NPPF was published earlier this year, many environmentalists were relieved it wasn't the complete disaster it might have been. In fact, there are even some good things in it...