ITC debates how rising tourism will affect transport

The ITC hosted its Winter Discussion Evening on 21st February 2017 to consider the impacts of rising levels of tourism on the UK’s transport. Please click here to read the summary of the evening’s debate.

ITC Commissioner Professor Peter Jones awarded OBE

The ITC is delighted to congratulate our Commissioner Professor Peter Jones on his award of an OBE in the 2017 New Year Honours. Peter was a founding member of the ITC and his inspiring leadership of our ‘Road and Rail Travel Trends’ research  has been groundbreaking in helping UK policy makers understand the dramatically changing nature of […]

ITC appoints Terry Hill as chairman

The ITC has announced that Terry Hill CBE has been appointed as ITC Chairman, replacing Simon Linnett who has retired after more than 6 years of service. Mr Hill brings decades of experience at the top of UK transport while Mr Linnett will become an ITC Patron.

ITC reveals seismic shifts in travel behaviour

The ITC has released the latest reports in its ‘Road and Rail travel trends’ study exploring changing travel behaviour in England between 1995-2014. A copy of the overview report can be downloaded by clicking here.

Minister gives major speech at ITC event

On 31 October, the ITC was delighted to welcome Transport Minister The Rt Hon John Hayes MP to its Autumn Discussion Evening considering good design of our transport infrastructure. Read more here.

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 […]

ITC releases new Occasional Paper on Transport and Children

The ITC has released a new Occasional Paper entitled ‘Children and Travel’ by social research expert Kris Beuret OBE. The paper explores the reasons why children are travelling less independently and walking less, and offers recommendations for addressing these problems.

ITC Commissioner John Worthington awarded MBE

The ITC is delighted to congratulate our Commissioner John Worthington on his award of an MBE in the 2016 New Year Honours. John’s inspirational leadership of our ‘High Speed Rail and Cities’ project has improved our national understanding of how to capture best value from transport investment. For more details please click here.