Lund sets a very high standard on its approach to transport decarbonisation

Posted on Nov 10, 2020 in What our fellows are thinking

John Whitelegg, November 2020

Lund (population 114,000) is a city in southern Sweden that is home to some of Sweden’s most famous companies e.g. Ikea and Tetra Pak.  It is a famous university town and has pursued a detailed sustainable transport policy with an emphasis on reducing transport’s carbon emissions.  This is known as the “Lund Environmentally Adjusted Transport System” or LundaMaTs.  It was adopted in 2006 and was revised and updated in 2013 and is now referred to as LundaMaTs III. Download in English here.


Trends in car use, travel demand and policy thinking

Posted on Nov 3, 2020 in What our fellows are thinking

Phil Goodwin, October 2020, Discussion Paper for International Transport Forum

This paper discusses the main trends of car use and travel demand, as well as changes in policy responses and attitudes to managing the growth in urban traffic.


New report calls for urgent upgrade of bus services in Shropshire

Posted on Sep 30, 2020 in Publications

A 12 month project on Shropshire’s buses funded by Foundation for Integrated Transport has produced a final report.  The final report is available to download here.


FIT seeks new trustees

Posted on Aug 17, 2020 in FIT news

The Foundation for Integrated Transport (FIT) is looking for two new trustees to sit on its board. 


Appointment of senior fellows

Posted on Aug 6, 2020 in FIT news

Following a public competition which attracted a strong field of excellent applicants, the Foundation for Integrated Transport is pleased to announce the appointment of its first two Senior Fellowships. They will be Professor Phil Goodwin and Professor John Whitelegg


Garden Villages and Garden Towns: Visions and Reality

Posted on Jun 16, 2020 in Publications

Report from Transport for New Homes available to download here.

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