Rethinking transport finance and funding: where will the money come from?

2 minute read
27 February 2020


Adequate funding and financing have long been a challenge for the development, operation and maintenance of public transport infrastructure. Today, new technologies, changing working practices and concerns for the environment are disrupting how and why we move around and the modes of transport we choose to use. As a result, major transport schemes exist in a world where they compete against each other (and other infrastructure types) for investment.

Now, more than ever, opportunities exist to develop transport infrastructure that embraces emerging technologies, maximises public benefit and drives economic growth in our towns and cities. But one question remains the same: where will the money come from? In collaboration with London Transport Museum, Thales and Arup, our latest report 'Rethinking transport finance and funding: where will the money come from?' addresses how we finance and fund future infrastructure, to build and create the sorts of cities imagined for coming generations.

Download the report to find out more about:

  • Sustainable growth;
  • Securing private funding and finance;
  • Harnessing innovation; and
  • Road user charging. 

Download 'Rethinking transport finance and funding'

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