In setting out Scotland’s priorities as input to the Integrated Rail Plan for the English North and Midlands, the Transport Scotland (TS) submission interestingly starts with railfreight. And very relevant this is too, given the expected demand for up to … Read more › “Anglo-Scottish rail development needs joined up thinking”
In our latest short new report, Greengauge 21 examines the impact of Coronavirus on cities and public transport.
The current restrictions on public transport use – for essential journeys only – are now being eased in a measured way. Cities … Read more › “Cities, Coronavirus and Public Transport”
In a report published today, the IEA says that the world has only 6 months to change course with the climate crisis. The stimulus packages being created this year to address the economic downturn from Covi-19 risk a sharp up-turn … Read more › “International Energy Agency calls for investment in high-speed rail”