Guerrilla Stakeholders – Traffic and Transport

How do cities incorporate multimodal transport, including road, rail, river, canal, flights? Should urban planning design for pedestrians and cyclists first? How do we offest the carbon caused by our travelling? Are cities improved when there is a focus on mobility and active travel? Who constitutes ‘traffic’? Will smart and autonomous vehicles improve transport?


Our expert voices cover a wide range of topics and perspectives, including:

  • Incorporating pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, public transport users, and heavy goods vehicles in city planning
  • Tackling carbon levels from traffic jams
  • Assisting citizen mobility and active travel
  • Smart traffic management and autonomous vehicles
  • Creating walkable cities
  • The effect of transport repairs and maintenance



We have mapped these topics to create lesson plans for:

  • Biology
  • Geography
  • IT
  • Sociology
  • PHSE
  • Economics

Watch some of the videos on our Traffic and Transport YouTube channel: