Natalie Chapman, head of south of England and urban policy at the Freight Transport Association (FTA), questions whether the Direct Vision Standard for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), which comes into force in October 2020, is enough to end deaths and serious injuries on the capital’s roads by 2041.
Mike Keegan, strategy and planning manager for city planning at Transport for London, and a managing consultant in its consultancy team, reflects on two decades of key policy decisions and explains how the organisation is using its experience to help other cities worldwide tackle their own complex transport challenges.
Kevin Hoeflich, chairman, toll services, and senior vice president for HNTB, explains how the US toll industry is making significant strides toward realising its goal of national interoperability.
Raphael Gindrat, CEO and co-founder of mobility services platform provider Bestmile, explores the opportunities, challenges and risks associated with cities integrating mobility services on private MaaS platforms.
Natalie Chapman, head of south of England and urban policy at the Freight Transport Association, considers other approaches to the UK government-led scheme that could deliver longer-term benefits to air quality in urban areas.