ITC wins major grant for new Vehicle Decarbonisation study

The ITC is most grateful to the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund which has generously provided a grant to enable us to undertake research into the social and distributional impacts of vehicle decarbonisation policies. This study will involve a major public consultation exercise and the findings will be released in Summer 2024.


ITC debates how cities can achieve their net-zero carbon road maps

The ITC’s Spring Discussion Webinar took place on the evening of 17th April to examine how our cities can achieve their net-zero carbon transport road maps. An expert panel was assembled with representatives from Transport for London, Nottingham City Council, Cambridge University and Arup Group and more than 50 attendees engaged in a lively and […]


ITC features in Without Borders podcast

The ITC’s book Why Travel: Understanding our need to move and how it shapes our lives¬†was featured in the latest edition of the Without Borders podcast, hosted by Nolan Yuma. The full episode, exploring the motivations behind travel, can be viewed by clicking on this link.


New ITC report on net-zero carbon transport in our cities

The ITC is pleased to release a new report examining the road maps to achieve net-zero carbon transport in our cities. Authored by a team of academic experts from Nottingham Business School, the report provides a toolkit for assessing progress towards zero carbon transport and argues that cities need more autonomy over funding and policy. […]


2022 ITC Annual Lecture

The ITC was delighted to partner with the Centre for Transport Studies at UCL which kindly hosted our Annual Lecture on 7 July 2022. The event explored the future of the city centre after the Covid19 pandemic, and we were delighted to welcome expert Lecturers Dr Frances Holliss from London Metropolitan University, and Mel Barrett, […]


ITC explores how transport can improve the local environment

The ITC’s Spring Discussion Evening, held on 7th April 2022, explored how transport infrastructure can make a positive contribution to our local environment. Guests at this online event heard from an expert panel including Jo Lewington (Network Rail), Steve Elderkin (National Highways) and Jon Riley (Temple Group). For more information on the event and the […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]