FIT appoints Michael Norton as its first Patron of the Board.
FIT is delighted to announce the creation of the ‘Alastair Hanton Memorial Fund’ for road safety and aviation awareness projects.
FIT hosted its first ever webinar last Wednesday, 27 April, on the topic of Transport Appraisal & Carbon.
In 2022, the Foundation for Integrated Transport (FIT) is focusing its grant funding on projects which tackle traffic reduction, with a particular emphasis on road-user charging.
Alastair Hanton introduced Direct Debit to the UK, built up National Girobank, founded the Fair Trade Foundation, and through his transport campaigning saved countless lives. He achieved a remarkable amount of change over a long life of persistent enterprise and...
The Foundation for Integrated Transport’s existence owed much to Alastair. We will all miss him, his advice and support, and, above all, his kindness a word that sums him up best.
The Foundation for Integrated Transport (FIT) will make campaigns against the car and its domination of our culture its main theme for 2021.
Welcome to Mat Bonomi, Mark Frost, Lisa Hopkinson, Rebecca Lush and Alex Norton.
The Foundation for Integrated Transport (FIT) is looking for two new trustees to sit on its board.
FIT is pleased to announce the appointment of its first two Senior Fellowships: Professor Phil Goodwin and Professor John Whitelegg.
Simon campaigned passionately for equitable, safe, logical and environmentally friendly transport networks, with a particular passion for buses.