Category: Partnerships

People on a concourse seen from above
Posted on: April 10, 2021 Posted by: Liz Davidson Comments: 0

Zoom in, zoom out

Until recently, it didn’t really matter who exactly got on the train or the bus, just as long as enough people did. That has changed…

A train travelling quickly at night
Posted on: March 11, 2021 Posted by: Liz Davidson Comments: 0

Transport perspectives

The 3rd in our series of blogs by Vinita Nawathe Suppliers can either provide what people want; or get people to want what they provide. When it comes to transport, operators and policy makers need to understand who wants to travel where, when and why. But it is also important …

Posted on: August 10, 2020 Posted by: Liz Davidson Comments: 0

New research into how to implement more flexible fares for rail passengers & train operators

Dr Katharina Burger from the University of Bristol, with Raffaello Rossi from the University of Bristol and Elisa Becker from the University of Exeter, are collaborating with transport solutions company Esoterix, to interrogate rail travel data and make pricing recommendations to benefit both the train operators and rail travellers. A …

Hands of different people each holding a jigsaw piece
Posted on: June 28, 2019 Posted by: Liz Davidson Comments: 0

Panel questions from Connect to Collaborate

We recently attended Connect to Collaborate, hosted by Katharina Burger, University of Bristol as panel members. This event sought to identify collaborative opportunities to accelerate technological, behavioural and institutional transitions towards sustainable connected places. Katharina asked us to prepare answers to some interesting – and challenging – questions and we …