The ITC is Britain's independent research charity committed to improving policy on transport, land use and planning
ITC 2016 Annual Lecture
The ITC was delighted to hold its 4th Annual Lecture at the Science Museum on 15th June 2016. Following a welcome address by the Secretary of State for Transport, guests heard talks from Professors Sarah Sharples and John Miles exploring how technological advances will change transport. To watch the Lecture please click here.
ITC releases major report on Cities and High-Speed Rail
The ITC has released a report today at a major launch event held in Leeds with the Secretary of State for Transport and other high-profile attendees. High Speed Rail and Connected Cities: Accessible Places for Growing Economies, sets out the regeneration and transport benefits of high-speed rail (HSR), and provides guidance on ways to enhance the process of urban change by maximising the social and economic benefits that stem from developing an integrated transport system.
ITC Discussion Evening explores children and travel
High Speed Rail and Connected Cities: Accessible Places for Growing Economies
Released at a major launch event in Leeds on Monday 16 May 2016, this report identifies a number of principles that should be used when planning local transport and redevelopment in order to capture value from HS2, and recommends several actions for national and local Government. Please click here to download.
The ITC's Summer Discussion Evening, on 14 July 2016, will explore the theme 'How can we improve urban freight distribution in Britain?' We are delighted to welcome an expert panel including Dr Tom Cherrett (University of Southampton), Ian Wainwright (Head of Freight, Transport for London), and Phil Roe (DHL). The evening will run from 6:15 to 9:00 including a light supper. Priority is given to ITC sponsors but if you would like to be considered for a place please contact the Events Secretary.