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Integrated Transport Planning Ltd (ITP) is a dynamic consultancy specialising in integrated, sustainable transport planning and research. Formed in 1998, we employ dedicated transport professionals with a broad range of technical and social skills. Our skill base ensures that we are equipped to tackle problems in a holistic manner, taking full account of people’s lifestyle and travel needs and of environmental issues.

We have a varied and impressive client base drawn from both the public and private sector. This includes national government departments, the European Commission, international funding agencies such as the World Bank, transport operators, regeneration agencies, local authorities, PTEs and integrated transport authorities.

Our clients appreciate our friendly, assured and personal approach.  All our staff are able to offer solutions that are practical and viable, based on a deep understanding of national and local transport, environment and development policies.

 

 

ITP’s sister company David Lock Associates is an industry leader on town planning and urban design.

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ITP supports the work of Transaid, the charity that aims to improve lives across Africa through creating better transport.

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Sustainability award winner ITP

 

CIHT Sustainability Award Winners!

At an awards dinner held on 13 June at Madam Tussauds in London,  ITP in partnership with Suffolk County Council and Waveney District Council were honoured to be given the CIHT Sustainability Award for the Lowestoft Links with Business project.  Pictured above are Steph Norris (ITP Project Manager), Jon Parker (ITP Project Director) and Steff Jones (Suffolk County Council).

Lowestoft Local Links for Business forms a key component of Suffolk County Council’s LSTF programme, and ITP has been delivering the business engagement work stream since April 2012. The project is focussed upon securing long term sustainable travel behaviour change amongst local employers and their employees, with the aim of getting more people walking, cycling, using public transport and car-sharing across Lowestoft.

Click here to find out more about the project, or here for the CIHT awards supplement.

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Current Vacancies

 

Lead software developer

We have an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate or post-graduate to kick-start their career by leading the agile development and commercialisation of a high-profile crowdsourcing website
 

News

 

New appointment

David Hampton has joined ITP as an associate in the new London office...
 

Transaid’s 15th anniversary celebrations

Transaid recently celebrated its 15th anniversary with a reception at Buckingham Palace hosted by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal...
 

London’s Calling!

ITP is proud to announce the opening of a new office at Millbank Tower in central London.
 

AccessAdvisr in Nottingham

ITP’s AccessAdvisr team has started working with Nottingham City Council, as part of their LSTF programme, to make difficult journeys easier for people with limited mobility in Nottingham.
 

Transport Strategy in Thurrock

ITP, in association with David Lock Associates, has been commissioned by Thurrock Council to prepare a Transport Strategy to support the transformation of the area around the Lakeside Regional shopping centre...
 

Another Award!

At the Transport Practitioners’ Meeting held in Birmingham on 2-3 July 2013, Steph Norris was the proud recipient of the Best Paper by a Young Professional award.
 

New Faces at ITP

Since the start of 2013, we have seen three new people join our happy band.  This reflects growing demand for our services in both UK and international markets.
 

Harlem Shake craze sweeps ITP!

The global phenomenon that has become the Harlem Shake has also blown through ITP, with our colleagues involved in no less than three YouTube offerings in recent weeks.
 

ITP supports the launch of FixMyBarangay service in Cebu

Residents of Barangay Luz and Basak San Nicolas in the Philippine city of Cebu can now send SMS text messages to their local Council to notify them about potholes and broken streetlights in their neighbourhood.