Two community transport initiatives in Sevenoaks have been chosen as best reflecting what local people really want from transport schemes in the UK by a top panel of judges.

Tomorrow is Equal Pay Day, which means women will be working for free until the start of 2019.

The Chancellor announced increased funding for roads and rail projects in the Autumn Budget this week.

We're thrilled to be named as finalists in two categories at the Public Affairs awards 2018.

Happy birthday to us - it's our second birthday today!

We're looking forward to the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, from Sunday 30 September to Wednesday 3 October.

Research published today by the CIPR Construction and Property Group reveals over three-quarters (77%) of women PRs are proud to work in the construction sector and 67% would recommend it to other women.

We're looking forward to the Labour Party Annual Conference in Liverpool, from Sunday 23 to Wednesday 26 September. 

Our Founder & Managing Director, Jo Field, has written a blog for the Chartered Institute of Public Relation's (CIPR's) Influence magazine. 

Our Founder and Managing Director, Jo Field, who is also a Board Member of Women in Transport, is featured in the latest issue of Womanthology, the digital magazine and community for working women.

Image of Nusrat Ghani MP, Transport Minister

Today, MPs and diversity champions from across the transport sector celebrated International Women in Engineering Day in Parliament. 

We're looking forward to the New Civil Engineer (NCE) UK Transport conference on 4 July.

Today is International Women in Engineering Day. In this Year of Engineering and the centenary anniversary of women getting the vote, still only 11% of UK engineers are women.

Our Founder & Managing Director, Jo Field, was recently asked to give her expert opinion on diversity in transport, in a debate in Transportation Professional magazine.