Attracting more women to work in the transport sector will help improve services and provision for all, writes Christine Boston.
Marking clean air day, Steve Brooks outlines how a new approach to planning can promote healthier towns
Shea Buckland-Jones introduces the IWA’s plan for Wales to meet its projected energy demands entirely from renewable sources by 2035.
Russell Harris says that after Brexit, closer economic ties with London are essential for Wales
Decarbonisation of transport is essential, possible, and replete with opportunity argues Rhodri Huw Thomas
Carole-Anne Davies argues that design must be understood, championed and protected
Dr Mark Lang argues for integrating Metro planning and economic policy with well-being
Brian Morgan, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Cardiff Metropolitan University, considers how stakeholders in the region could work together to maximise the economic benefits from the Metro project
Ahead of the Welsh Government establishing its National Infrastructure Commission for Wales, Ed Evans takes a look at what’s happening at a UK level and what – or if – Wales has anything to learn and gain from these developments