Improving the city’s public transport network and boosting ridership will be key to driving economic growth – and it is right to consider congestion charging as an option to fund this.
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Guilherme Rodrigues calls for clarity over the UK's domestic policy if UK cities are to keep pace with their European counterparts.
Guilherme Rodrigues outlines how the government can take action to achieve ‘London-style’ urban public transport networks across the UK.
Valentine Quinio looks at early results of Germany's popular €9-a-month public transport scheme and explores what lessons it offers for the UK.
City TalksCity Talks: Managing our urban transport networks
Andrew Carter and Vernon Everitt talk all things transport, focusing on funding challenges and how to boost ridership.
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.
Analyst Guilherme Rodrigues explains how following other cities’ examples could help TfL diversify its revenue sources.
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.
Policy decisions around public transport should be based on where we need to be, not to where we were pre covid-19.