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This category is open to all those studying or working in transport planning, or related fields, on a professional basis, as well as to retired members.
Members have been attracted from a wide range of organisations from the public to private sectors and from a range of educational backgrounds. We currently have over 1,000 individual and student members and our diverse membership is continuing to grow as the society develops...
There are four categories of Individual membership:
Student membership is for anyone studying transport or related fields full time.
Designated membership is for those members who hold the Transport Planning Professional (TPP) qualification, provided by the TPS together with the Institution of Highways and Transportation; for more details see below.
Standard / Registered membership covers all other members. Only TPS members who commit to working to the Society’s Code of Professional Conduct will become Registered members.
Student: Free for first year then £10 for 3 subsequent years
You can apply online to become an Individual or Student Member by clicking here. Alternatively you can download an application form. Membership runs from January to December each year, although if you apply from October onwards you will become a member for the following year with the rest of the current year free. Please note that payment will be collected by ICE on behalf of TPS.
To download an Individual/Student/Retired form please click here.
If you wish to renew your existing annual membership online you can do so by clicking here.
To download a Designated Member application form please click here.
TPS Members who commit to working to the professional standards required under the Society’s Code of Professional Conduct will become Registered Members of TPS and be permitted to use MTPS as post-nominals. Designated Members, who are already committed to complying with the Code of Professional Conduct will also be able to use MTPS, as well as TPP, as post-nominals.
It is conventional practice that post-nominals for membership of learned societies and professional institutions come after academic and professional qualification, Chris Jones BA TPP MTPS, or for example.
The use of MTPS will help identify them in their work as transport planners, as well as raising the profile of transport planning as a profession.
The Code of Professional Conduct requires Registered and Designated Members to:
In addition, members must accept the Society’s disciplinary process should there be any complaint about their alleged failure to comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct.
There will be no extra subscription but those member wanting to use MTPS as a post-nominal must sign an undertaking that they have read, have understood and will comply with the Code of Professional Conduct, and ensure that their subscription is fully paid.
A copy of the Code of Professional Conduct can be downloaded by clicking here, and a Registered Membership form is now available by clicking here. For further information contact the Society at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TPS members can amend their contact details using MyICE. It is the secure online area for ICE and Associated Society members to view and amend their accounts. Once logged in you can:
To log-in, go to the ICE homepage www.ice.org.uk and click on 'Members login' in the MyICE section. You will need to enter your surname and password before being taken to the MyICE index page. If you have forgotten your password there will be an automated password reminder service available.
To register, go to the ICE homepage www.ice.org.uk and click on 'Register' in the MyICE section. Click 'Yes' when asked whether you are a member of ICE or an Associated Society. You will then be asked to enter your Surname, date of birth, e-mail address and ICE Membership number. Please note, this is where you should enter your 8 digit TPS membership number as printed on your membership card. This data will be validated against our membership database and you will be e-mailed your password for MyICE.
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