Kantar Futures Blog

Category: transport

design, transport

A future of seamless transport?

Christina Hughes writes: One of the perks of working in London Bridge is the proximity to the Design Museum, one of the world’s leading museums of contemporary design. Since we’ve… Read More »

cities, sustainability, transport

The future of sustainable transport

Christina Hughes writes: Last week I went (by bus) to a live debate exploring the future of mobility, held by The Guardian and Ford, in London. The specific focus was”the… Read More »

future, technology, transport

From Chaos to Collaboration

Andy Stubbings writes: Have you ever asked yourself what the travel guidebook of the future might look like, or why when it is arguably easier than ever to visit anywhere… Read More »

Changing transport

sustainability, transport, trends

Changing transport

Andrew Curry writes: I was asked to speak at an event held last week in Leuven in Belgium on The Future of Transport by Said El Khadraoui, an MEP who’s… Read More »

Taking the strain

customer service, transport

Taking the strain

Andrew Curry writes: Over the holiday I had to take myself and my bike by long distance train. I’d heard bad things about the bureaucracy involved, so I decided to… Read More »

Learning to be a city

cities, places, sport, transport

Learning to be a city

Andrew Curry writes: It was European Mobility Week last week, and London marked it with its second ‘Freewheel‘ event on Sunday. Quite a large area of the city centre (St… Read More »

“We are where we are”

cities, culture, future, transport

“We are where we are”

Rachel Kelnar writes: I went to two really interesting futures events last week and was struck by the extent to which some emerging learnings were common to both, despite having… Read More »

Oil and consumer behaviour

behavior change, consumers, research, transport

Oil and consumer behaviour

Andrew Curry writes: You have to pinch yourself as you leaf through the current issue of Newsweek, which is on the impact of high oil prices as pump prices climb… Read More »

The next age of the train

future, transport

The next age of the train

Andrew Curry writes: This is one of those unexpected pieces of data. According to figures just released by the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), more miles were travelled by… Read More »