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Mark Hansford

Engineers must become more holistic if they are to increase their influence

Transport for London (TfL) had a technology innovation day last week. I can’t say what was discussed as media were excluded (it’s a common occurrence in our industry; we do so like to share innovation), but one thing that did emerge publicly was a transport health action plan. Claimed to be the world’s first, it sets out how TfL is working to improve the health of people in the Capital.

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