Research commissioned in this programme includes Economics and Social Research on transport economics, transport modelling, transport costs and prices, behaviour and attitudes issues and the underpinning social research. The programme has links with other areas such as land-use planning and includes
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is the UK Government's leading funding agency for research and training in engineering and the physical sciences. EPSRC invests more than £400 million a year in research that contributes to future economic development in the UK and so to
The Danish Academy of Transport is a network organisation of several institutions. The academy promotes know-how, competences and education within freight transport across research, educational and consultancy institutions.
NTF (Nordisk Transportforskning / Nordic Transport Research Forum) was a Nordic cooperative organisation that promoted transport research in the Nordic region through increased cooperation between Nordic countries. NTF also aimed to promote transport research cooperation with the Baltic States. It
The production industry is in a period of changes, which creates new demands for the transport industry. The companies focus on the areas, where they have specific competences, whereas other areas are being outsourced to sub-contractors. This process is meant to make the production process more
Transport is an essential element for the modern society. It has proven to be very difficult to reduce the environmental impacts of transport, such as CO2-emissions. Therefore it is necessary to gain more knowledge about the role of transport in the modern society, and the interactions between
Transport plays a key role in supporting regional and local prosperity, economic growth and enhancing quality of life. To that end, the Department works in partnership with both regional and local stakeholders towards the same shared priority of 'Improving access to jobs and services, particularly