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Healthier commuting

A huge Europe-wide survey has already found that car drivers are on average four kilograms heavier than cyclists, so what do they hope to uncover as they recruit more volunteers in London?

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Real-time tubes

An undergraduate in the Department of Computing wins an award from the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists for his work on an app that makes better use of TfL data to give commuters real-time tube updates.

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Podcast: Set for Parliament, better commuting and Atoms Family values

In this edition: presenting research at Parliament, winning awards for tracking tubes and having fun with chemistry at the latest Fringe event. 4 March 2016.

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From safety-I to safety-II: the past and future of safety management

The Lloyds Foundation Transport Risk Management Centre Annual Lecture, From safety-I to safety-II: the past and future of safety management, Lecture by Professor Erik Hollnagel

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Boris Bangers

Scott Le Vine from the Centre for Transport Studies suggests that London could benefit from a shared car scheme similar to the Barclays cycle hire (Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 1 August 2012)

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