Road and Rail travel trends in England, 1995-2014

The ITC has released the latest in its ‘Road and rail travel trends’ revealing seismic shifts in travel behaviour in England over the last 20 years.   A copy of the ITC’s overview report can be downloaded by clicking here.  The technical report, based on research by Peter Headicar and Gordon Stokes, can be downloaded by clicking here.


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.


Occasional Paper No. 9: Children and Travel

The ITC has released a new Occasional Paper exploring transport policy and children, authored by social research expert Kris Beuret OBE. Please click here to download.


New ITC Report on the Sustainability of UK Aviation

The ITC has released a new report exploring the sustainability of UK aviation, with a focus on Carbon emissions, noise and local air quality. The report was authored by sustainability expert Peter Hind and RDC Aviation. Please click here to download a copy.


ITC Report on changing attitudes to road and rail travel

The ITC has launched a new report exploring changing attitudes to road and rail travel in Britain. The study, by Social Research Associates, focuses on the categories of young people, older people, migrants and business travellers.


Occasional Paper 7: Cities and Connectivity

The ITC has released the latest in our Occasional Paper series. Authored by Alan Baxter CBE, the paper explores the relationship between connectivity and our cities.


ITC releases new report on delivering airport expansion

The ITC has released a new report by Peter Hind and RDC Aviation investigating some of the key financial and commercial challenges facing the options shortlisted by the Airports Commission for expansion.