Quality Public Transport
As long as working people are seen as a cost to development rather than its agents there will be no holistic policy.
Britain's fragmented railway combines the worst caricatures of public and private. What we need is the best qualities of both.
New technology linked to innovation in working practices could improve services -- but only if staff and passengers are engaged.
The 150-year history of the world's first underground railway parallels that of the changing meaning of 'public service'.
Ford led the private transport revolution in the 20th Century. Will it really lead a public transport revolution in the 21st?