We are Sustainable Transport Midlands
We help connect lost communities reduce the north-south divide solve strategic problems reduce carbon emissions promote prosperity improve lives integrate transport .
A transport innovation and improvement not-for-profit: for this generation, by this generation. From Grimsby to Gloucester and Cambridge to Crewe, we work with authorities and the transport sector within our Midlands operating area, to solve local and regional challenges, and ensure investment is prioritised in sustainable public transport.
A new, innovative and enthusiastic team!
Sustainable Transport Midlands are looking for people with ideas and energy to become volunteers. Be part of our new, innovative and enthusiastic team.
We are Sustainable Transport Midlands.
A transport innovation group for this generation, by this generation
We are Sustainable Transport Midlands, a not-for-profit transport innovation group based in Northampton, operated for this generation, by this generation. We work with organisations across the region to ensure sustainable transport investment is being prioritised.
Some of the projects Sustainable Transport Midlands are leading on.
Daventry Transport Development Group
Project Executive: Harry Burr
Principal Sponsor: West Northamptonshire Council
Daventry Transport Development Group is our project to improve Daventry's public transport offering. Our main effort at the moment is chairing a Stakeholder Committee who are working through the TAG process to deliver a link for Daventry.
Get involved and join our team
Join our innovative team
Volunteering with Sustainable Transport Midlands is the best way to support what we do. From running a project to joining our executive, and supporting us in the legal department, or developing new websites, there’s a position for everyone in this diverse not-for-profit.
We have a vision for our transport network by 2050. We've developed more than 20 policies which we think Government should follow in England to ensure we can live a green and sustainable future.
Harry Burr is the Sustainable Transport Midlands Chief Executive, aged just 16! He grew up in Canterbury, Kent, and moved to Northampton six years ago, when he noticed there was a real gap in sustainable transport infrastructure in the region.
STM Opinion is the blog for our volunteers. Here, you can learn more about what our volunteers think of current events that affect the transport sector, our ongoing and developing projects, and more.
As some of you may know, I used to live in Canterbury, which is home to two stations. Canterbury East, for services southbound to Dover Priory and northbound to Faversham and London Victoria,
In July, I took a trip around the West Midlands county, where Transport for West Midlands, a public body “responsible for coordinating transport services in the West Midlands metropolitan county” operates. There’s been a high level of investment in the
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