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CiTTi Magazine

citti magazine logoCiTTi Magazine highlights the current issues, concepts and technologies that are transforming how people, goods and materials move in and around towns and cities.

The quarterly print title is distributed to 3,500 subscribers, comprising a ‘who’s who’ list of key decision-makers, influencers and proposers within transportation departments and city and council councils across the UK, central government, public and private sector transport authorities, urban planners and leading logisticians who wish to receive critical insight and updates on the latest urban transportation technologies to invest in next.

The title is an essential and trusted source of news and opinion about the rapidly changing world of city transport and traffic innovation, and regularly covers interesting and important topics such as urban logistics and last-mile delivery, clean air initiatives, electric vehicles, connected and autonomous vehicles, smart parking systems, mobility-as-a-service, micromobility and multi-modal transport solutions.

Other key themes that are regularly covered include road user charging, tolling, intelligent transportation systems, congestion reduction and road safety.

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Akabo Media

akabo media logoThe UK’s leading logistics, supply chain, and transport technology information business

Bringing together the UK’s leading logistics, supply chain, and transport technology media brands,  to provide you with the information and services you want, when you want, however you want.

  • Robotics & Innovation magazine, the essential B2B publication for leading professionals interested in discovering the latest robotics and automation technologies improving efficiencies and reducing costs for organisations, across all industry sectors, around the world.
  • The UK’s trusted industry magazine, Logistics Manager going to 10,000 logistics professionals every month
  • CiTTi Magazine, the UK’s leading quarterly focussed on the sustainable movement of people and goods through urban environments
  • Up-to-the-minute websites reaching over 45,000 unique visitors per month
  • Leading annual intralogistics exhibition for the UK, IntraLogisteX
  • Thought leading conferences: Supply Chain Conference in the UK and Road User Charging Conference in Brussels attracting over 400 delegates and 25 sponsors
  • UK’s largest, up-to-date and clean database of over 60,000 senior logistics and supply chain professionals
  • Europe’s who’s who at the awards event of the year, the Supply Chain Excellence Awards


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Bus Users

bus users logoBus Users aim to ensure that all communities have access to the best possible transport links. They work to make public transport inclusive and accessible, promote high standards of transport planning and delivery, raise awareness of the effects of transport poverty on loneliness, isolation and social exclusion, and resolve passenger complaints and improve services.

They are a charity registered in England, Wales, and Scotland, an approved Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Body for bus and coach passengers, and the nominated body for dealing with complaints under the Passenger Rights Regulation. 

They are part of a Sustainable Transport Alliance, a group working to promote the benefits of public, shared and active travel.

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Midlands Connect

midlands connect logoMidlands Connect researches, develops and progresses transport projects which will provide the biggest possible environmental, economic and social benefits for the Midlands and the rest of the UK.

We examine every option for improving major transport infrastructure in our region, analysing the cost, impact and benefits of delivering these changes, and ensuring there is a strong pipeline of projects being developed to improve mobility across the Midlands. Our evidence base is then used to prioritise the most urgent and beneficial improvements, and we work alongside our partners and Government to secure funding for their development and implementation.

Our aim of these improvements is to transform regional and UK gateways, bringing the Midlands closer together and accelerating cost-effective improvements to unlock east-west connectivity that will enable the Midlands’ economies to work more effectively together.

Our approach is underpinned by a robust governance structure which provides leadership, accountability, expertise and oversight of the Midlands Connect programme.

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