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The time is right for free fare local public transport

The time is right for free fare local public transport

Greater Manchester bus network back under public control

Greater Manchester bus network back under public control

Better Buses for Greater Manchester campaign featured on the BBC News website.

Every village, every hour 2021 buses report: full report

Every village, every hour 2021 buses report: full report

Fighting car dominance – call for proposals

Fighting car dominance – call for proposals

The Foundation for Integrated Transport (FIT) will make campaigns against the car and its domination of our culture its main theme for 2021.

When in a hole stop digging. All local road schemes promoted by local authorities must be cancelled

When in a hole stop digging. All local road schemes promoted by local authorities must be cancelled

Foundation for Integrated Transport appoints five new trustees

Foundation for Integrated Transport appoints five new trustees

Welcome to Mat Bonomi, Mark Frost, Lisa Hopkinson, Rebecca Lush and Alex Norton.

Space: the final frontier. To boldly go where no man (or woman) has gone before

Space: the final frontier. To boldly go where no man (or woman) has gone before

Are councils’ plans for local road schemes compatible with the declaration of a climate emergency?

Are councils’ plans for local road schemes compatible with the declaration of a climate emergency?

Electric vehicles will not deliver net zero carbon targets

Electric vehicles will not deliver net zero carbon targets

The focus on EVs is misplaced and will not deliver the degree of decarbonisation we require to achieve net zero carbon targets.

Banning the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 is not good enough to deal with climate change

Banning the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 is not good enough to deal with climate change

PACTS Report: What kills most on the roads?

PACTS Report: What kills most on the roads?

Covid-19 has had terrible consequences. It has also turned the transport agenda upside-down, showing that major change is possible, necessary and desirable.

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

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

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

Trends in car use, travel demand and policy thinking

Trends in car use, travel demand and policy thinking

Discussion Paper for International Transport Forum discusses the main trends of car use and travel demand.

New report calls for urgent upgrade of bus services in Shropshire

New report calls for urgent upgrade of bus services in Shropshire

A 12 month project on Shropshire’s buses funded by Foundation for Integrated Transport has produced a final report.

FIT seeks new trustees

FIT seeks new trustees

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

Appointment of senior fellows

Appointment of senior fellows

FIT is pleased to announce the appointment of its first two Senior Fellowships: Professor Phil Goodwin and Professor John Whitelegg.

£27bn roads plan in doubt after Shapps overrode official advice

£27bn roads plan in doubt after Shapps overrode official advice

Better Buses for Greater Manchester campaign featured on the BBC News website.

Garden Villages and Garden Towns: Visions and Reality

Garden Villages and Garden Towns: Visions and Reality

The Government wants to build more than 50 Garden Villages and Garden Towns to help tackle the country’s housing supply crisis.

In Memoriam Simon Norton

In Memoriam Simon Norton

Simon campaigned passionately for equitable, safe, logical and environmentally friendly transport networks, with a particular passion for buses.

We provide grants, fellowships and funding to organisations and individuals that promote and deliver transport as a basic right and tackle climate change and emissions from transport.