The means and consequences of mobility are ever present in current debates. Changes to our transport infrastructures dominate the news: Crossrail, HS2, air quality in cities, traffic congestion, interactions between vehicles and cyclists, and our journey towards a low carbon society to deal with the threat of climate change. So, is Britain on the verge of a transport revolution?
Professor Phil Blythe CEng, FIET, is delivering this year's annual Clark Lecture at the University of Birmingham, next month where he will present his vision for the future of mobility. Professor Blythe is the Chief Scientific Advisor to the Department for Transport and Professor of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) at Newcastle University.
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