This space contains High Volume Transport publications, event announcements and updates from the global transport research sector.
On Wednesday 1st December the High Volume Transport team hosted our third Research Knowledge Exchange to share and explore the evidence base into how transport systems in the poorest countries responded to the challenges of
The Highway Development and Management Model (HDMM, current version HDM-4) has for many years been the primary tool, used by Governments and Development Banks, for the appraisal of major road networks of low- and middle-income
The latest leap forward in the green revolution of rail was unveiled at Glasgow’s COP26 summit this month with the launch of HydroFLEX, the UK’s first mainline-approved, hydrogen-powered train. A team from the Birmingham Centre
As the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, it was clear that transport would play a crucial role in mitigating the spread of the disease and would also be vital to keep economies moving. As we emerge, what
“If you were to take them away the economies would collapse”: A discussion on informal public transport in Sub-Saharan Africa
Public transport is often seen as a formal system of timetables, regulated networks, and centrally planned infrastructure. However, in many cities across Sub-Saharan Africa, most mass transit needs, including for many of the poorest and
Fatima Adamu , Executive Director, Nana Girls and Women Empowerment Initiative, Sokoto, Nigeria. EMPOWER project partner After working for two decades in research and activism on women’s rights in Nigeria, with extensive experience in the