Future of Transport Regulatory Review: Call for Evidence

Closes 22 May 2020

Opened 16 Mar 2020

Overview

Front cover of the Future of Transport Regulatory Review: Call for EvidenceThis online survey provides a digital way to submit your response to the Future of Transport Regulatory Review Call for Evidence.

Responding to this online survey makes analysis of the evidence submitted much easier. However, if you would prefer, you can also email your response directly to futureoftransport@dft.gov.uk.

Why We Are Consulting

This call for evidence asks for information and views on three areas of the Future of Transport Regulatory Review, as well as on three wider issues: 

  • Micromobility vehicles
  • Flexible bus services
  • Mobility as a Service (MaaS) 
  • Ensuring inclusive future transport
  • Enabling trials of new modes
  • Local leadership of new transport services

A note on rebranding
This programme was previously called the Future of Mobility Regulatory Review, and Future Transport Zones were formerly called Future Mobility Zones. 

We are rebranding the programme so that the language reflects the importance of putting people at the heart of our approach to future transport technology and services.

Respond to Call for Evidence

Audiences

  • SMEs (small and medium businesses)
  • Large businesses (over 250 staff)
  • Trade bodies
  • Medium business (50 to 250 staff)
  • Micro business (up to 9 staff)
  • Small business (10 to 49 staff)
  • Low carbon technologies
  • Technology (R&D)
  • Consumer organisations
  • Consumers
  • Universities
  • Research Councils
  • Research Funders
  • Science Policy organisations and thinktanks
  • Students
  • Consumers
  • General public
  • Black and ethnic minority groups
  • LGBT groups
  • Older people
  • Younger people
  • Disability groups
  • Charities
  • Local government
  • Charity or social enterprise
  • Central government
  • Individual
  • Regulator
  • Non-departmental public bodies
  • The Devolved Administrations
  • Charities and Third Sector organisations
  • Non-Government Organisations
  • Civil Society Organisations

Interests

  • Economic growth
  • Starting a business
  • Consumer rights
  • Science and society
  • Innovation
  • Research
  • Regulation and red tape
  • Industrial strategy
  • Energy and climate change
  • Business investment
  • Energy and climate change
  • Carbon budgets
  • Carbon offsetting
  • Emissions
  • Carbon markets
  • Climate change
  • Regulation
  • Growth
  • Competitiveness