Connecting cities | Future transportSubscription
New technologies and population growth will require a rethink in road provision planning. 2050 will look very different from 2020 and probably nothing like we imagine it today.
Contractors and consultants are gearing up to build a high speed line which will bring Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia within a 90 minute high speed train journey of Singapore.
Connecting Cities | High Speed 2Subscription
Improvements in urban connectivity are impossible without a step-change in rail network capacity.
Connecting Cites | Northern PowerhouseSubscription
Better connected northern cities lie at the heart of plans to turn the dream of a Northern Powerhouse into a reality.
Connecting Cities | HyperloopSubscription
Almost six years ago, long before he launched his sports car into space, Elon Musk unveiled “the fifth mode of transport”.
Growing cities | Urban plansSubscription
The mayors of Paris, Oslo and Milan exclusively reveal how they are helping shape carbon neutral, resilient cities of the future.
Customer First | Engaging with oppositionSubscription
Here’s a tale of two tunnels. One is wanted by local people but is not being offered; another is being driven forward, but with mixed local response and significant national and international opposition.
Customer First Debate | Roads without disruptionSubscription
Highways England is in the midst of an ambitious roads programme. How can it do it without causing widespread disruption?
Customer First | User Friendly InfrastructureSubscription
Anthony Smith of Transport Focus sets out what his research says about current users’ experiences, priorities for improvement and how their journeys make them feel.
Structures Restructured | South Bank TowerSubscription
Existing high rise can go higher as London’s South Bank Tower has proved, following the addition of 11 extra storeys.
Modern buildings could last 1,000 years. Understanding how to renew and reinvent them will stretch the skills of engineers, starting now.
Structures Restructured | Cape Town grain silosSubscription
Proving what can be done to reuse existing assets, a disused grain silo has been reborn as a museum in Cape Town, South Africa.