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Transport Planning Society and Modeshift agree partnership to promote sustainable travel

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Ben Plowden, TPS Chair and Nick Butler, Business Director, Modeshift

Modeshift have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with The Transport Planning Society (TPS) –  to encourage joint working between our organisations. TPS is the only professional body focusing exclusively on transport planning in the UK. It represents the views of almost 1500 individual members and 40 stakeholder members.

Some of the activities TPS and Modeshift intend to pursue include:

Ross Butcher, National Chair of Modeshift, said:

‘We’re extremely excited to sign the MOU and begin the partnership with the Transport Planning Society.

By working together we can encourage sustainable travel to a greater number of organisations, communities and individuals.

The MOU shows our understanding to support each other where possible following our joint ambitions.’

Ben Plowden, Chair of the Transport Planning Society, said:

‘This a great opportunity for our organisations to work in close collaboration to promote sustainable travel among our members and the wider industry.

It’s critical that as transport planners we encourage mutually beneficial partnerships to align the industry with our collective goals.

We hope this is the start of a long and fruitful partnership which supports sustainable travel choices for our members and wider society.’

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