The Foundation for Integrated Transport was established by the late Dr Simon Norton in 2014 to promote sustainable and transformational transport solutions.
Simon’s vision was a world:
- where humans have a right to get around without a car;
- where people can travel with minimum impact on other people’s lives and the environment;
- where trains and buses are integrated and safe and attractive routes are provided for walking and cycling; and
- where barriers to transport justice are removed, by means which include volunteering and social enterprise.
FIT’s focus on transport as a basic human right and climate change reflects Simon’s priorities and serves as a memorial to him.
Read more about Simon here.
As a grant-making charity (number 1156363) we provide:
- grants to organisations, projects and citizen groups;
- fellowships to develop skills and experience of transport activists;
- small grants to local campaigns to complement the work of volunteers; and
- investments in social enterprises that provide sustainable mobility.
The Trustees of the Foundation for Integrated Transport are:
Michael Norton, Social entrepreneur
Stephen Joseph, OBE, transport policy consultant
Dr Lynn Sloman, founder, Transport for Quality of Life Consultancy; Board member, Transport for London
Jenny Raggett, transport and spatial planning
Roger French, OBE, former managing director, Brighton and Hove Buses
Chris Crean, environmental campaigner
John Stewart, environmental campaigner
Alastair Hanton, secretary, Foundation for Integrated Transport