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A report by Campaign for Better Transport for Transport for the North
The aim of Integrated and Smart Travel (IST) is to create smooth, seamless journeys across the region through one single payment point.
Illustrates TfN’s vision for the rail network in the North
Illustrates TfN’s vision for the road network in the North
This factsheet gives an overall view of all of the projects and consultations undertaken by TfN that supports Strategic Transport Plan
Sets out TfN's vision and values for the future of an integrated transport system in the North.
Defines the strategies that need to be undertaken so that the projected increase in road and rail freight can be achieved
llustrates TfN’s vision for the rail network in the North
Rail North Limited is an amalgamation of local transport authorities across the region and is responsible for awarding of franchises
This document sets out the plan for the North to be connected to the global marketplace via the regions ports and airports
Key challenges in developing a Strategic Transport Plan for the North. A report by Campaign for Better Transport for Transport for the North
This Business Plan sets out how, over the next year, we will progress as an established leading edge organisation in preparation for becoming the first Sub-national Transport Body in England, paving the way for other regions to follow.
Update presentation on progress of the Northern Strategic Road Studies which was delivered to stakeholders on 28th February 2017
The Spring 2017 Update outlines TfN's year of progress, as well as the achievements and ambitions of TfN’s Partner authorities, and provides a glimpse of what is to come over the coming year.
Appendicies to the Wider Transport Connectivity Study, the report looks to outline and present the evidence base that will be used to underpin the identification of future infrastructure
This report covers the evidence base around the existing conditions within the study area, and provides an initial view on the need for various transport interventions.
Stage 1 of the TPT WTCA study looks to outline and present the evidence base that will be used to underpin the identification of future infrastructure which may be needed to fully realise the benefits of improved Trans-Pennine connectivity.
Paper on transport, productivity and rebalancing the UK economy
Transport for the North’s submission and evidence to the Government’s “Building our Industrial Strategy” green paper
The Independent International Connectivity Commission was established to examine the economic role of international connectivity for the North of England. This report includes the Commission’s assessment of the current role of the North’s airports in providing the required global connectivity for passengers and freight.