New London Architecture

Transport & Infrastructure

Supporting green and affordable mobility and infrastructure for all 

The way people travel around London has continually shifted over the past two years as a consequence of restrictions and lockdowns. The longer-term impacts of COVID-19 on the capital’s transport and infrastructure system is still under debate, yet it has become clear that we need a system than can be responsive and resilient to any future changes. 
With the climate crisis and lack of space at the top of the agenda, how can we further build on the active travel measures introduced for the pandemic, such as temporary walking and cycling infrastructure, to encourage people to use greener travel methods? While ensuring public space is accessible and inclusive to all. 
Infrastructures in London have always played a transformative role for the city, and in the last decade, transport-led development supported the creation and regeneration of new parts of the city. What is the future of those projects?
The NLA Transport & Infrastructure programme discusses the future of movement in London by bringing together professionals from both the public and private sectors.


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Active Travel New Zealand


Active Travel New Zealand

Peter Murray talks to Kathryn King, New Zealand Transport Agency, about the 700 per cent increase in active travel inves...

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Embracing changing methods of transport


Embracing changing methods of transport

Recording of the NLA webinar 'embracing changing methods of transport' discussing how we can ensure the capital’s transp...

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Transport industry must manage and respond to uncertainty and change


Transport industry must manage and respond to uncertainty and change

Bruce McVean reports from the inaugural meeting of the new NLA Expert Panel on Transport & Infrastructure.

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