Research and analysis

Low carbon transport to airports project report

Options to increase the proportion of passengers and staff travelling to airports using low carbon transport.

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Low carbon transport to airports project report

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Low carbon transport to airports project report

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The aim of the low carbon transport to airports (LCTA) project was to look for options to increase the proportion of passengers and staff travelling to airports using low carbon transport.

Our initial focus was on the 6 largest passenger airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Birmingham and Manchester) with the aim of producing recommendations that could eventually be applied at airports across the UK.

Published 12 July 2011