The Transport Planning Society, in partnership with Living Streets, ran a competition for primary school children in the UK and Republic of Ireland to take part in improving the future of transport planning.

We invited children, aged between 4 and 11, to design and submit posters showing environmentally friendly ways to travel to school.

Browse the Future Transport Planners’ Posters

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and Jacobs and some individual donations we were able to award prizes to first, second and third place.

The posters were judged by:

  • Jo Ward BSc (Hons) FRGS MTPS, TPS Board Member and Associate Transport Planner, Elliot Wood
  • Tanya Braun, Head of Policy and Communications, Living Streets
  • Nick Richardson BA MA CTPP FCILT FCIHT FRGS MTPS, CILT UK Board Member and Technical Principal, Mott MacDonald
  • Tania Barker, Director of Education and Professional Standards, CILT UK

Chair of the Judging Panel and TPS Board Member, Jo Ward, commented:

"In the midst of such challenging times, it was wonderful to receive so many positive images from children across the UK and Ireland.

"We were really impressed with the standard of the entries across all ages – from those aged four right up to the 11-year-olds.

"On behalf of my fellow judges I can’t thank those who entered enough for sharing their creativity. Transport Planning has a positive future."

The winner was announced by the Mayor of London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner at Transport Planning Day 2020 on the 16 November.

See the top ten images below or download our new e-book to see all entries.

Poster Comp logos


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