Three new reports on transport

In February these reports added to the case for a better approach to make travel easier and healthier:

Create Streets has published Computer Says Road, challenging the unhelpful fixation on roads in what it calls the crude urban planning process. Support for the report was reported here.

DeCarbon8 issued its Policy Briefing: Everything Counts: Why transport infrastructure emissions matter for decision makers.

Rail Business Daily reports on a study of 37 European cities, in which Birmingham, London and Manchester emerge as the worst three in terms of affordability. And they are far ahead of Wet Yorkshire.