integrated transport hubs
The fast rail service from Okehampton to Exeter launched in November 2021 has seen first year passenger carryings (over 0.25m) exceed forecasts by more than a factor of two. Its success led to a major re-think of bus routes and … Read more › “Okehampton’s Multi-Modal interchange”
Perhaps less fashionable post-Brexit, but still valuable: comparisons with our near-neighbours of comparable size.
Across Europe, rail revenues have fallen during the pandemic and – just as in the UK – there is every reason to try to win back … Read more › “Popular Rail Policies”
With over 16,700 air passengers travelling domestically across mainland Great Britain each day, improving the country’s rail offering and ensuring the transfer of passengers from air to rail will have an essential role ahead if we are to have any … Read more › “How to win air travellers to rail”