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ITC releases new report exploring the impacts of the pandemic
The ITC has released a new study exploring the longer term impacts of the pandemic on transport and land use in Britain. Authored by Sarah Kendall and Matthew Niblett, the report draws from evidence collected by the ITC through an industry consultation, and outlines how trends are likely to change and the implications for policy making. To download a copy please click here.
ITC features on Lunch with Leon podcast
ITC Director Matthew Niblett and Commissioner Kris Beuret were delighted to discuss the ITC's new book on the Lunch with Leon podcast with Leon Daniels OBE, the former MD of Surface Transport at TfL. Topics included the motivations that drive human travel and the impacts of these findings for policy makers. To listen to the podcast please click on this link.
ITC debates the policy impacts of new aviation technologies
The ITC welcomed a range of distinguished experts to debate the policy impacts of new aviation technologies at our Summer Discussion Evening on 14th July. The audience heard insights from the panel including Gary Cutts (Director of the UKRI Future Flight programme), Matt Gorman MBE (Heathrow Airport), and David Tait (Civil Aviation Authority). A question and answer session was chaired by ITC Commissioner Dr Stephen Hickey and a full report on the discussion can be viewed via this link.
ITC releases new book exploring Why Travel?
The ITC is delighted to announce the release of our new book: Why Travel? Understanding our need to move and how it shapes our lives , published by Bristol University Press. The book brings together a range of experts from across many subject areas to explore the motivations that lie behind human travel. For more information on the book, please visit this link.
The Covid19 pandemic, transport and land use in Britain
The ITC is delighted to announce that its 2021 Annual Lecture will take place on Thursday 18th November at 17:00 exploring the topic: Why do we travel? Understanding human movement and its importance for policy making. This will be held in conjunction with the UCL's Centre for Transport Studies as an interactive digital event in order to be accessible internationally. We are very pleased to have secured two fantastic speakers for the event: Professor Patricia Mokhtarian, the Clifford and William Green Jr chair at Georgia Tech, and The Rt Hon the Lord Adonis of Camden Town, former Secretary of State for Transport and the first Chair of the UK's National Infrastructure Commission. If you would like to attend please contact the ITC Events Team