Travel is an inevitable part of our daily lives, and transport systems are critical to the functioning and economic well-being of the country. As the number and frequency of heavy rainfall events increase, extensive flooding incidents are expected to become an almost annual occurrence by the 2080s. Increased bridge scour, landslides, and the deformation of … Continue reading Transport
TfL’s George Weeks explains how and why London’s latest mapping exercise came to be, and why it covers more than just the Underground.
The Street mobility project is developing a suite of tools to measure community severance.
cycle BOOM studied how to design the environment and technologies to help people to carry on cycling in older age or to reconnect with cycling.
Exploring how places can be designed collaboratively to make pedestrian mobility easy, enjoyable and meaningful for older people.
One of two new Centres set up as part of the National Infrastructure Plan to catalyse and inform the national debate about the future of the UK’s infrastructure.
STEP-CHANGE: Sustainable Transport Evidence and modelling Paradigms: Cohort Household Analysis to support New Goals in Engineering design
Understanding underlying transport behaviour change and practices, and developing new transport modelling paradigms that better represent and account for such behaviours.
ITRC has developed a new generation of system simulation models and methods to inform analysis, planning and design of national infrastructure in the energy, transport, water, waste and telecoms sectors.
ARCADIA: Adaptation and Resilience in Cities: Analysis and Decision making using Integrated Assessment
A system-scale understanding of the relationships between climate impacts, the urban economy, land use, transport and the built environment in order to design cities that are more resilient and adaptable.
A project to examine the nature of the UK transport system in 2050, and how could that be resilient to climate change?