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Campaign blog posts from 2017

  • 04 May 2017
    Demo for better transport

    In a Brexit-dominated election, issues like transport will struggle to get noticed. But the next Government of whatever shape will face a number of transport challenges which can't be ducked or ignored.

  • 20 April 2017

    The surprise announcement of a General Election on 8 June has risked sidelining the local elections already scheduled for 4 May – especially given our London-centric media.

    Yet the polls for county councils, unitary authorities, Welsh local government and new ‘metro Mayors’ in city...

  • 08 March 2017
    philip hammond

    Much has been made of the difference in style between Philip Hammond and his predecessor, George Osborne. Gone were the lists of massive new road projects the former Chancellor so enjoyed, but what kind of vision emerged in their place?

  • 07 February 2017
    Image of tube map with green hearts to show stations at risk of flooding

    The UK's climate projections for a medium carbon emission scenario include increased frequency and consequence of extreme weather events. While we can’t attribute any particular event only to climate change, we do know that we can expect more frequent and more intense winter storms causing...

  • 19 January 2017

    The London Assembly Transport Committee has published "London Stalling", the much-anticipated report following its inquiry into London's traffic congestion.

    The report's bold recommendations for smart road pricing, more bus and cycle lanes,  a clampdown on unnecessary deliveries and...

  • 18 January 2017
    First freight train from China

    Philippa Edmunds, Freight on Rail Manager is there to meet the first ever freight train from China.

  • 10 January 2017

    It’s a mixture of small changes and big picture thinking that will make a difference.

    Traffic in our towns and cities is always a good topic for debate, so it’s no surprise that the inquiry into urban congestion by the House of Commons Transport Committee has attracted around 80 written...