Rural transport futures: transport solutions for a thriving countryside
Other European countries have much better rural transport than Britain.
This project examined three rural case study areas in the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark, and identified best practice in relation to demand-responsive transport, public transport integration, sustainable tourism, mobility management and cycling.
The project was funded by Transport 2000 Trust, the Countryside Agency and Citizens’ Advice (2003).
The project team was Transport for Quality of Life, Jonathan Bray, John Whitelegg and Paul Salveson.
The full Rural Transport Futures report is available as hard copy (72pp) for £15 from the Campaign for Better Transport.