TAN submitted evidence in February 2021 to the Transport Select Committee to support its current inquiry into Zero Emission Vehicles and Road Pricing. This thoughtful piece aimed to map out a new path through the long-running deabte on the case for road pricing, in the context now of the rapidly changing vehicle fleet and all that means for Exchequer revenues. [...]
In preparation: insights and assessments of how travel and transport might and should now change in the years to come
The key finding was that although overall rates of driving whilst under the influence of alcohol are falling and men still have higher conviction rates than women, the proportion of women drunk driving in increasing especially among affluent older women.
During 2015 and 2016, TAN members Ian Catling and Andy Graham led a team of road user charging professionals who, as part of the larger World Bank team, advised the Government of Bulgaria on the development of a national tolling framework.