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  • Looking to join ITP?
    Looking to join ITP?

    With a number of exciting projects starting in the UK and overseas, we’re looking for two talented transport professionals to join our growing team in Birmingham. Find out more about these new opportunities…

  • The Development Planning team continues to grow….
    The Development Planning team continues to grow….

    Mark Lever has joined ITP’s Birmingham office this month as a Senior Consultant. Mark has a wealth of private sector development planning experience, ranging from city centre commercial schemes

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Case studies

  • 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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  • Autonomy: Are 'Friends' Electric?

    How can we separate the way we live our lives, the way we think, the way we move, and what we demand from our cities? They are all so intrinsically linked that it’s almost impossible to see which one is the driver of change...

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    Autonomy: Are 'Friends' Electric?
  • Community transport, but not as you know it!

    “Community transport…that’s just for older people, right?” Well actually, no! There’s a common misconception that only older and disabled people are eligible to use community transport, but in reality it is open to anyone with a transport 'need'...

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    Community transport, but not as you know it!

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