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The politics of devolved decision-making to cities has put the spotlight on how transport affects economic performance. Transport schemes are now judged and prioritised on their expected economic outcomes. Like it or not Gross Value Added and jobs are now part of the lexicon in transport planning, but:
Judging from the many claims and counter-claims of ‘expected’ economic impact in the media, it may seem like the economic performance of transport has been reduced to rhetoric.
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The course benefits from the considerable expertise of research-active staff and draws upon ITS’ experience of advising the Department for Transport (DfT) and other prominent organisations. It is a collaboration between the University of Leeds and Peak Economics. For further information about the course content or its relevance to your work please contact the course leader – James Laird, tel: +44 (0) 7766 600989, email: [email protected]