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Perceptions Key for Rural Public Transport

Rural transport perceptions

That everyone knows everything there is to know about public transport is a completely false perception.

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Cars Rule Rural Transport

rural transport equals car v2

In a net-zero carbon world, a fundamental challenge for the rural economy will be transport. This affects how society works, lives, plays, studies and ages.

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Avoiding Transport's 2-Tier Society

Introduction to MaaS

Any way you look at it, rural transport is a mess. It’s simply unsustainable in its current form, environmentally, economically or socially. Transport in the countryside means car.

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Bus Back Better, a Rural Analysis

Bus Back Better Strategy

In March, the Department for Transport issued Bus Back Better.

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Time Flies When Projects Start

time gone

Our MERGeS project manager has told us that today is a scary day.

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We Won !

Winner of transport project

Yesterday, the Geospatial Commission in partnership with Innovate UK announced their 28 winners of the £2M transport location data competition.

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Introduction to Mobility as a Service

Intro to MaaS

Travel is an essential component of modern life. Jumping on a jet to go on package holiday became commonplace in the same century that powered flight had first been achieved. Mass public forms of transport in the developed world started to give way to individual private car ownership, where the only restrictions were uncongested roads to run on and petrol in the tank. In a more environmentally aware world with the communication and digital capacity to serve the needs, transport is changing away from individual ownership models to ones based on usage. Mobility as a Service (MaaS) underpins some of these developments.

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