Northern transport: correcting a shameful London bias
I welcome the government’s commitment to the TransPennine rail route—but we need to go much further
Why are so many left-wing men obsessed with trains?
British railways might seem like a niche interest. So why are young men interested in left-wing politics often also obsessed with timetables and Pacers?
Get ready for a transport revolution
We are on the cusp of a defining moment for transport as significant as the coming of the railway or the car
The questions Grayling is failing to answer
Fundamental questions about technology will determine the future of how we travel
Policy report: transport and technology
The government is promising a technological revolution—is it up to the job?
The future of transport: taking Britain into the fast lane
Britain needs new infrastructure. It must become better at deciding what is going to be built and more clear-sighted about the consequences of the projects it chooses
At the 2018 party conferences, myriad perspectives yielded all sorts of ideas about the future of Britain’s regions. But despite the sheer variety of expertise around the Atkins/Prospect table, a consensus settled around a few solid steps that will be required to…
Chris Grayling: Let’s capitalise on the tech revolution
A view from the ministry
A Mayor asks: What has the northern powerhouse ever done for us?
Trying to turn around one hundred years of decline isn't going to be easy
Caroline Flint: come to where the rich life is
The part of Britain whose best days lie ahead
Meet the controller: interview with National Infrastructure Commission Chair
Some decisions can’t be put off any longer says John Armitt