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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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Jon Parker

Jon Parker
Director, ITP Ltd.


What does the spending review mean to you?

No sooner has the dust settled on the spending review, and thoughts are turning to ‘what will it really mean’ for sustainable transport in England. 

Twitter has become a ‘go to place’ when news breaks, and early reaction on the CSR was mixed.  Some organisations were openly critical at the announced level of funding, and particularly the perceived lack of support for cycling, suggesting it falls short of the amount needed across the country.  Allied to continued investment in mega-projects such as ‘HS2’ and Highways England’s roads programme, the CSR appears to signal that ‘it’s all about infrastructure’, appearing to paint a bleak picture for the future of local sustainable transport initiatives.

However, on reflection, and with an optimistic outlook, I am much more positive for the following reasons...

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What does the spending review mean to you?

No sooner has the dust settled on the spending review, and thoughts are turning to ‘what will it really mean’ for sustainable transport in England...

Building local skills through training

ITP recently completed a training programme for Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) in Nigeria...

Lagos BRT – growing again!

Extension of the current Lagos bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor is progressing apace...

ITP exploring the economic and social case for accessible transport

ITP has partnered with Plymouth University to undertake a rapid evidence review for the Department for Transport...

Team ITP take on the MK Marathon!

With the sun shining on Bank Holiday Monday ITP took to the streets of Milton Keynes to run 26 miles for the annual relay marathon!


Transport Data Revolution!

ITP’s final report on a 4-month research study for the UK Transport Systems Catapult investigating the datasets, techniques, and processes that are expected to power intelligent mobility services of the future has been published today...

New features for Collideoscope website

Last year Collideoscope was launched to positive reception from the cycling community, local authorities and central government...

ITP to the fore in Great British Festival in Manila

ITP was prominent in a major exhibition of British talent in Manila – the Great British Festival...

Smarter Travel Professional of the Year – Parker wins!

Jon Parker of ITP has been named as the Smarter Travel Professional of the Year...

Jon Parker shortlisted for Smarter Travel Professional of the Year

ITP Director Jon Parker has been shortlisted for the Smarter Travel Professional of the Year award...

Collideoscope launched

The new Collideoscope app ( was launched at Queen Mary University in London on October 7th...