The quality of our work is regularly recognised through glowing client feedback, and awards from our peers in the transport planning industry


Commended: Travel Choice, CIHT Awards 2020

Commended in the Transport Planning category of the CIHT Awards in 2020 for the Travel Choice behavioural change programme. Alongside Nottinghamshire County Council and AECOM, we supported 85 jobseekers to overcome transport-related barriers to employment, education and training. 

Winner: Business of the Year, Nottinghamshire Business Awards, 2019

Named as Nottinghamshire's 'Business of the Year' in 2019 and recognised for our 'Excellence in International Trade' by the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce for delivering transport projects that improve accessibility, reduce congestion and air quality for local people. 

Photo credit: Averill Photography

Winner: Small Business of the Year, Nottinghamshire Business Awards, 2018

Deemed as ‘Ambassadors for the East Midlands in exporting expertise’ by the Chamber of Commerce, our commitment to delivering sustainable transport solutions in the UK and overseas has led us to be named as Nottinghamshire's Small Business of the Year.

Photo credit: Averill Photography

Winner: Best Paper, TPM 2018

Ruby's inspiring paper about how Quality Incentive Contracts could improve women’s safety on public transport in Chittagong, Bangladesh, and the issues faced there by women when using public transport won her the 'Best Paper by a Young Professional' by the Transport Planning Society.

Photo credit: Chelsea Cliff

Winner: Derby Connected, CIHT Awards 2017

An innovative marketing and engagement project, Connected supported over 250 businesses and their employees to make more sustainable travel choices. ITP led the business engagement and travel plan support for local employers, which resulted in a 6% point reduction in single occupancy car trips. 

Winner: Demonstrating Sustainable Transport Solutions, TPM 2017

Rachel Tate and Derby City Council's Adam Sendall were the 2017 winners of the Transport Planning Society's award for Demonstrating Sustainable Transport Solutions for their paper 'Make it personal: Lessons learnt from successful business engagement in Derby'.

Commended: Robin Hood travel card, CIHT Awards 2016

The Robin Hood Pay As You Go Travel Card is the first fully-integrated, capped fare, multi modal ITSO smart ticketing system in the UK.  It differs from London's Oyster by virtue of accommodating a deregulated operating environment and, in doing so, a range of different tram and bus operator fare products. ITP led commercial discussions, secured commercial agreements, and continues to manage the partnership of  operators, third party consultants and council officers.

Winner: Jon Parker, Smarter Travel Professional 2015

With over 23 years’ experience of developing, implementing and evaluating sustainable transport projects, Jon is an expert in the field of Smarter Travel.  Industry peers recognised his many achievements by voting him the Smarter Travel professional of the year for 2015.

Highly Commended: Lowestoft Local Links, National Transport Awards 2015

Lowestoft Local Links (LLL) for Business secured long term sustainable travel behaviour change amongst employers and their employees within Lowestoft by encouraging more people to walk, cycle, use public transport and car share in Lowestoft

A network of 150 business was created. Each business advocated sustainable travel use and helped their staff travel to work using active and sustainable forms of transport. As a result, there has been a 10% reduction in single occupancy vehicle trips in the town. 

Winner: Choose How You Move, CIHT Awards 2014

Choose How You Move delivered Personalised Travel Planning to 38,000 East Midlands' households between 2011 and 2014. Residents were offered travel advice focused on raising awareness of sustainable travel options with the aim of reducing car use for short trips. We received the CIHT Sustainability Award in recognition of the 14% of participants who began walking, cycling, car sharing and using public transport more often as a result of our project. 

Winner: Lowestoft Local Links, CIHT Awards 2013

Lowestoft Local Links for Business secured long term sustainable travel behaviour change among local employers and their staff by encouraging more people to walk, cycle, use public transport and car share.  Our work resulted in an impressive 10% reduction in single occupant vehicle trips in the town among target groups.

Highly Commended: Milton Keynes Business Awards 2011

ITP was nominated in the Small Business of the Year category at the Milton Keynes and North Bucks Chamber of Commerce annual business awards.  We were delighted to be highly commended, and recognised for the role ITP has played as a local employer almost 10 years after we relocated to Central Milton Keynes.


Transport for London

The pro-activity of the team at ITP was incredibly impressive. The team did not wait to be asked to investigate issues, but were leading the accessibility work with very minimal direction.

Mital Patel - London Councils

They [the ITP project team] were excellent with their engagement of stakeholders, knowledge of the brief and communications.

Jim Tan - Luton Borough Council

Professional approach, very easy to work with and provided the deliverables in due time.

Philip Goddard - Worcestershire County Council

Thank you for compiling the report into the economic case for the project. We found ITP a very professional company, with a good understanding of our requirements.

Iain Steane - Southampton City Council

The project was well managed by Tim at ITP and reporting back from colleagues was positive. They were impressed with ITP's professionalism, knowledge and understanding

Philip Longton - Lancaster University

Very pleased with the service and professionalism of all involved in the project from start to finish. Thank you for all your help

Syd Jerram - Noosa Council, Queensland, Australia

We needed expert advice from a consultancy with international experience. ITP has those skills and it has paid off with a thoroughly professional job.

Chris Hutchinson - Somerset County Council

When a project leader calls you from the airport minutes from flying off on holiday to check that all is OK then you KNOW you are dealing with VERY thorough people.

Martin Rowe - Worcestershire County Council

Truly professional, proactive and outcome-focussed. A total breath of fresh air.

Wendy Sykes - Independent Social Research

ITP can always be relied on to say really sensible things and you are always knowledgeable, inventive, open-minded and infectiously enthusiastic.

Rasita Chudasama - Nottingham City Council

Thank you Neil Taylor and Emma Taylor in gathering, making sense of and providing a meaningful summary of the success of the Nottingham LSTF programme. We couldn’t have done it without their enthusiasm, objectivity and keen eye for detail.

Steff Jones - Suffolk County Council

I don’t think Steph, Jon and the wider team could have improved on their performance. We are very grateful and fortunate to have ITP’s support.