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  • Project win at the Planning Awards 2020
    Project win at the Planning Awards 2020

    Last week the MK2050 Milton Keynes Strategic Growth Study won the Plan-Making Award at the UK Planning Awards. Learn about how we supported the study to identify mass rapid transit options to facilitate 'good growth'.

  • Supporting with Consultation and Stakeholder Engagement
    Supporting with Consultation and Stakeholder Engagement

    As the end of the EATF experimental period approaches, local authorities will look to carry out consultation on their schemes. ITP is available to support with a range of aspects of consultation and stakeholder engagement

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Case studies

  • Travel Choice
    Travel Choice

    Learn about how we supported Nottinghamshire County Council influence behaviour in Mansfield and Newark by researching, designing, delivering and evaluating their behavioural change programme 'Travel Choice'.

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  • Unlocking funding for Derby and Nottingham
    Unlocking funding for Derby and Nottingham

    Read about how we assisted Derby and Nottingham City Councils to unlock £161 million in funding from the Department for Transport's Transforming Cities Fund.

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  • Exploring access to transport in Liberia
    Exploring access to transport in Liberia

    ITP has been appointed by the World Bank to explore problems with accessibility for the poorest inhabitants in Monrovia

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  • Worcestershire Transport Strategy
    Worcestershire Transport Strategy

    ITP was commissioned to assist Worcestershire County Council with the development of a Transport Strategy for their local bus services

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  • What's in a name...?

    “What’s in a name?” mused Juliet Capulet in defence of her new man Romeo Montague… Well, quite a lot actually according to ITP’s Influencing Behaviour Team.

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    What's in a name...?
  • The post-COVID bus revival

    It's unlikely that bus patronage will ever go back to 'normal' post-Covid, which means we need to re-think how we plan and operate public transport networks. Read how we can help local authorities and bus operators re-plan their network for a revival.

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    The post-COVID bus revival

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