Moving with the times: transport solutions for London

This event has already taken place.

We explored new ideas for solving London’s transport challenges.

At this event, we shared the findings of our latest research on London’s transport – Moving with the Times. Then a panel of experts and policymakers responded to our ideas and debated the way forward.

The discussion to included:

  • ways to meet the transport needs of people living in outer London
  • how we can encourage more people to travel sustainably
  • what the biggest transport issues will be in next year’s Mayoral election

This event was in-person only.  


10:00     Registration period, networking and teas and coffees to start the morning

10:15     Welcoming remarks + a short presentation from Enterprise Holdings

10:25     Presentation from Centre for London outlining our findings

10:35     Panel discussion with our London transport experts

11:25     Audience Q+A

11:45     Closing remarks

11:48     Networking and light refreshments

12:00     End of the event


Chair: Antonia Jennings, Chief Executive, Centre for London

  • Siân Berry AM, Green Party Assembly Member and Transport Committee Member
  • Laura Holloway, Head of Government Affairs at Enterprise Holdings
  • Martin Howell, Director of Transport Markets at Worldline UK&I
  • Hirra Khan Adeogun, Co-Director of Campaigns and Impact at Possible
  • Tim Thomas, Head of Transport, Infrastructure and Policy Planning at BeFirst

Snapshot of our two most recent reports

Provided by Josh Cottell, our Head of Research:

“We have looked into two key issues central to London’s transport today: the lack of options available to people travelling in Outer London, and the costs that all Londoners face to travelling via a number of different modes.

With people in Outer London 50% more likely than those in Inner London to own a car, and twice as likely to drive a given trip, we explored policy changes that would help to meaningfully improve the sustainable options available to them.

We also modelled the impact of 12 possible policies to nudge people away from cars on 9 different typical London households – including £1 bus fares, cheaper cycle storage, and pay-per-mile road user charging.”

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