At a glance


  • Campaigning
  • Climate action
  • Environment

Other details

Organisation type: 
Not for profit
Geographical remit: 
National - Britain


Improving Infrastructure:
Encourage local authorities and organisations to develop and enhance public transport systems, cycling lanes, pedestrian pathways, and related infrastructure.

Reducing Carbon Footprint:
Work towards reducing the carbon footprint of transportation in Great Britain by encouraging the use of low-emission vehicles, electrification, and other eco-friendly practices.

Enhancing Accessibility:
Advocate for transport solutions that improve accessibility for all residents, including those with disabilities and limited mobility.

Air Quality Improvement:
Focus on reducing air pollution by promoting cleaner modes of transportation and lobbying for policies that limit emissions.

Collaboration with Stakeholders:
Build strong partnerships and collaborations with local government, community groups, businesses, and other stakeholders to achieve common transportation goals.

Policy Advocacy:
Advocate for policies and regulations that support sustainable transport initiatives, including funding for public transport and cycling infrastructure.

Data Collection and Analysis:
Gather and analyse data related to transportation habits, congestion, air quality, and other relevant metrics to inform decision-making.

Safety Enhancement:
Promote safety measures for pedestrians, cyclists, and public transport users to reduce accidents and improve overall transportation safety.

Promoting Active Travel:
Encourage walking and cycling as viable commuting options through infrastructure improvement campaigns.

Public Transport Efficiency:
Work towards improving the efficiency and reliability of public transport services, making them more attractive to residents.

Community Engagement:
Foster a sense of community involvement and ownership in sustainable transport initiatives through public forums, meetings, and consultations.

Measuring Impact:
Continuously assess and evaluate the impact of your projects and initiatives on sustainability, air quality, and overall transport network quality.


Identify opportunities and needs for research into improved transport infrastructure the Midlands, such as new railway stations, bus routes, active travel corridors, or railway line enhancements.

Stakeholder Engagement:
Form stakeholder committees or working groups for each project, bringing together relevant parties, including local authorities, transport operators, community organisations, and local businesses.

Public Engagement:
Organise public engagement initiatives to gather input and feedback from residents, commuters, and other stakeholders. Collaborate with local press to raise awareness of the projects and solicit public opinions.

Advocacy and Lobbying:
Advocate for initiatives to gain support from a variety of authorities.

Monitoring and Evaluation:
Continuously monitor the progress and impact of each project, making adjustments as needed to ensure successful outcomes.

Communication and Outreach:
Maintain open lines of communication with stakeholders, keeping them informed about project developments and milestones.

Collaboration and Partnerships:
Collaborate with local, regional, and national transport agencies, as well as other advocacy groups and organisations, to leverage resources and expertise.

Feedback Integration:
Act on feedback received from stakeholders and the public to refine our operations and improve outcomes.

Current opportunities

Northamptonshire, NN1 4EP or Remote

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Previous placements

  • Transport Analyst