A new agenda for city transport



9 February, 2017


As UK cities gain more control over their own affairs, there are more opportunities to develop new strategies for city transport.

Rethinking how people move in and around has the potential for considerable social, economic, health and environmental benefits.

This briefing summarises the findings of two constituency workshops we held with local politicians, businesses, civil society and health and air quality experts in Greater Manchester and London, to discuss how these benefits could be delivered.

It offers ideas on improving city transport, showing how national policy can best support local initiatives and the role that MPs can play.


Rebecca Willis
Costanza Poggi



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