Urban Transport Group call for turning transport declarations into decisive policy actions

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Director of Urban Transport Group, Jonathan Bray has written a blog outlining what 2020 may entail for the transport sector. He outlines several policy areas that are expected to dominate discussion and debate, such as climate change and free fares. Looking ahead to 2020, Jonathan highlights how the prominence of issues such as vehicle electrification, MaaS, and HS2 demonstrate that transport will play a key role in any future environmental discussions.

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