Driving change in the bus market: lessons from London
The number of people taking the bus in the UK is declining almost universally. London is no exception, though its franchise system sees significantly more bus travel per person than any other area – over 250 journeys per year.
|Published:||03 December 2019|
Back On Track: Reforming rail franchising
This report highlights significant failures in the current rail system – both in terms of its efficiency and in terms of responsiveness to passenger needs. The authors argue that we should look to radical reform of how we franchise rail services to deliver a more efficient and passenger-orientated system.
|Published:||27 January 2016|
|Author(s):||Nigel Keohane, Nida Broughton|
Roads to Recovery: Reducing congestion through shared ownership
To overcome the political objections to road user charging this report recommends a 'voucher mutualisation' of the Strategic Roads Network.
|Published:||09 April 2010|
|Author(s):||Ian Mulheirn, David Furness|
Road User Charging: A Road Map
This publications makes recommendations for a road pricing system that not only reduces congestion, but is also: technically and politically workable for the UK; gives appropriate priority to concerns about equity; and allows for significant contributions to reducing greenhouse emissions.
|Published:||14 February 2007|
|Author(s):||Ann Rossiter, Jeegar Kakkad|