Guilherme Rodrigues calls for clarity over the UK's domestic policy if UK cities are to keep pace with their European counterparts.
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Guilherme Rodrigues outlines how the government can take action to achieve ‘London-style’ urban public transport networks across the UK.
The recently announced package to tackle the energy crisis is welcome but like previous measures, it does not address the existing North-South divide in energy needs.
The number of passengers flying in and out of London has caught up with other international cities despite recent problems at UK airports, but a full Covid recovery is still to arrive.
The fifth and final blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series draws inspiration from New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The fourth blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series looks at Singapore's urban mobility model which shows that congestion charging and ULEZ are not the only policies available to simultaneously raise revenue and reduce car use.
The third blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series explores how Paris uses local payroll taxes to fund its public transport network.
This report sets out what the cost of living crisis is, what is driving it, and how the squeeze on disposable incomes is likely to be felt across the UK’s cities and largest towns.
There is a clear North-South divide in the current cost of living crisis. This is partially explained by lower income levels outside the South of England but there are also local factors driving this.
The second blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series shows that while Hong Kong’s mass transit operator may not be the answer to TfL’s short-term funding issues, it needs to be considered in the long-term.