Decarbonising Transport

Decarbonising Transport

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on how to decarbonise the sector.

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The Transport Knowledge Hub

A free resource for local decision makers considering investments in transport projects.

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Integrating the Planning and Delivery of Sustainable Transport with New Housing Development


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The Unintended Consequences Of Freezing Fuel Duty


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Greener Journeys: helping to make the switch to sustainable travel

Greener Journeys is dedicated to encouraging more sustainable travel.  Our research enables positive and evidence-based decisions about how people travel. Through our initiative the Transport Knowledge Hub we work with local and central Government and the transport community to encourage investments that will facilitate inclusive and sustainable economic growth.

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03 March 2020, Decarbonising transport: a Transport Knowledge Hub national workshop

Published on: 6th March 2020

On 3 March 2020, the Transport Knowledge Hub held a national workshop focused on how to provide a credible framework for the decarbonisation of transport. The event included addresses by: Professor Dieter Helm CBE, Professor of Economics, University of Oxford Professor Stephen Glaister, Professor of Transport and Infrastructure, Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College, London…

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Sustainable Congestion-Busting Alternatives to a new M4 Motorway in South East Wales

Greener Journeys logo Published on: 26th November 2020 by Lord Burns.

South East Wales is home to some of the most populated areas of Wales, including the capital Cardiff and the city of Newport.  It has long suffered from an acute congestion problem on the M4 motorway. The independent South East Wales Transport Commission was set up in 2019 by Wales’ First Minister, Mark Drakeford, following…

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