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  • Lagos BRT
    Lagos BRT

    Working with the World Bank and Lagos Area Metropolitan Transit Authority (LAMATA) we introduced Africa's first BRT system, in Lagos Nigeria...

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  • ​Transport for London cycling consultation
    ​Transport for London cycling consultation

    ITP was commissioned by TfL in 2016 to perform detailed analysis of public consultation responses for a number of TfL cycle schemes – including Quietways, Central London GRID and Mini-Hollands...

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  • Open Transport Data in Dhaka
    Open Transport Data in Dhaka

    We made sense of Dhaka's many public and privately operated passenger transport routes to develop an open transport dataset to inform gender-based accessibility mapping of access across the metropolitan area...

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  • Derby Connected
    Derby Connected

    We led a programme of workplace travel behaviour change interventions from 2012-16, applying ITP's award winning Engage+ technique. Our collaborative and positive approach yielded a 6%-point reduction in car use across 250 businesses...

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  • What does the latest Budget mean for transport planners?

    After weeks of hints and soft-pedalled ideas the last budget before Brexit has been revealed, but what does the latest Budget mean for transport planners?...

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    What does the latest Budget mean for transport planners?
  • Connecting communities beyond transport

    Influencing mobility cultures in rural communities is notoriously challenging, but an innovative new project in Gloucestershire is seeking to re-ignite and formalise activities to help neighbours get from A to B...

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    Connecting communities beyond transport

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