Improving Birmingham's public transport network depends on changing the city’s built form – with some neighbourhoods embracing mid-rise living
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At this event we presented new research on urban form in UK and EU cities and explored the relationship between public transport and density.
Spain’s cities, unlike Britain’s, are typically dominated by a mid-rise urban form. This makes active travel and public transport more effective, and promotes the economic benefits of agglomeration.
Cities are good for the planet, but to make them even greener they need to be denser.
Rarely do complex policy challenges have single solutions that, if properly implemented, could go a long way in solving them all. Urban densification is one of these solutions.
How public transport reforms in Portugal could be replicated in Greater Manchester and other UK city regions.
COP26 comes to an end with a crucial discussion on the importance of cities in the climate agenda.
Poor access to public transport effectively shrinks the size of our biggest cities. But trams and tubes alone won’t solve the problem
This report examines whether intra-urban public transport plays a role in the underperformance of big British cities and sets out the implications that transport has for the levelling up agenda.
How our spatial footprint dictates our carbon footprint: the denser the greener