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Competition launched to attract shoppers back to the high street

This competition seeks innovative technology-enabled solutions that can address the challenges facing the UK high street, by exploring new approaches to retailing, service provision, logistics and travel management. Up to £2m is available for feasibility studies in phase 1 of the competition, and up to a further £6m is available in a second phase to further develop...
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The impact on innovation in UK transport of the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics

Will London face melt-down? There has been much speculation about how London will cope with the additional burden of up to 3million additional passenger journeys per day on peak days during the Olympics. Guest posts on the Transport KTN Next month, we will start a series of guest posts on the Transport KTN's  Intelligent Mobility  group, about the UK's response to the...
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Intelligent Mobility - what's it all about?

New Transport KTN Guest Blogger In this article, we introduce Mike Schofield .  Mike has recently joined the Transport KTN team to coordinate our activities in Intelligent Mobility.  Mike has long experience of policy and technology dimensions of transport and was a Director at Atkins until 2011, when he formed his own consultancy.  Mike was Chairman of...
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Games Legacy Series: Number 3

Welcome to the 3rd in my series of articles investigating the legacy of London 2012 on the transport system in the UK.  This month, I look at the concept of freedom and ease of travel and transport, or travel and transport ' mobility' . During the Olympics, Mobility became a readily available commodity The mantra before the Games was to have “ Sport in the news,...
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London project wins 2012 Transport Achievement Award

TfL, ATOC and Cubic win with Oyster ticketing The winner of the International Transport Forum’s prestigeous Transport Achievement Award is being honoured at a ceremony during the Annual Summit of Transport Ministers held on 3rd May 2012 in Leipzig, Germany. Transport for London, the Association of Train Operating Companies and Cubic, from the United Kingdom, receive...
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Competition launched to attract shoppers back to the high street

This competition seeks innovative technology-enabled solutions that can address the...

Games Legacy Series: Number 3

Welcome to the 3rd in my series of articles investigating the legacy of London 2012 on the...

London project wins 2012 Transport Achievement Award

TfL, ATOC and Cubic win with Oyster ticketing The winner of the International Transport...

Intelligent Mobility - what's it all about?

New Transport KTN Guest Blogger In this article, we introduce Mike...

The impact on innovation in UK transport of the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics

Will London face melt-down? There has been much speculation about how London will cope...