Transport for Quality of Life develops sustainable transport solutions
This research by TfQL Community Interest Company shows all the austerity budget cuts to bus services could be reversed with savings from re-regulating Britain’s bus system to cut excess profits. A switch to running buses under not-for-dividend municipal ownership - the norm in other European countries - would save even more money and allow expansion of bus services.
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Spatial planning that reduces the need for car use
Promotion of smarter travel choices
Clever planning and transport measures are needed to wean us off cars. Transport for Quality of Life is at the forefront of developing experience and evidence that shows how it can be done.
Transport isn’t working. Lynn Sloman's book Car Sick shows why, and sets out clearly what the answers are. A must-read for everyone interested in transport.
Stephen Joseph, Executive Director, Campaign for Better Transport
Transport for Quality of Life works to ethical principles.