When Should Transport for NHS Patients be Free at the Point of Delivery?
The world bank estimates that healthcare in the UK accounts for 9.1% of GDP but healthcare is highly travel intensive accounting for nearer 20% of domestic UK journeys. Despite this […]
Rebuilding the A9 Trunk Road is a Great Opportunity to Invest in the Future
There are two very big changes taking place in road transport that require more thought before building new long distance roads. The first is the capability of many new vehicles […]
Delivering Smart People Centred Cities
Numerous barriers exist to the realisation of ‘smart cities’ – not least, who’s going to pay, and who owns the infrastructure? In a recent article for the Institution of Civil […]