Future of Transport Regulatory Review: Call for Evidence

Closed 3 Jul 2020

Opened 16 Mar 2020


Front cover of the Future of Transport Regulatory Review: Call for EvidenceWe are analysing your feedback. 

Visit this page on GOV.UK soon to download the outcome to this public consultation. 

Why your views matter

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

Privacy Notice

The Future of Transport programme is a joint programme across the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Department for Transport (DfT). The Future of Transport Regulatory Review Call for Evidence is being managed by DfT, but this online survey is hosted by BEIS, who is the data controller for this online survey. Delib provides the CitizenSpace platform to BEIS under agreement but not to DfT. 

Data from this online survey will be processed in accordance with the BEIS Personal Information Charter. For more detailed information about how your data may be processed and shared with other Government departments, including DfT, please see the following Privacy Notices within the charter: "BEIS Consultations" and "Responding to an online consultation (CitizenSpace)". 

If you have any concerns or questions about the use of your data submitted via this online survey specifically, contact the BEIS Data Protection Officer at dataprotection@beis.gov.uk

If you would like to respond by email to the call for evidence, please email futureoftransport@dft.gov.uk. Personal information included in responses sent directly to DfT will be processed in accordance with the DfT Personal Information Charter.

What happens next

A summary of responses will be published within three months of the call for evidence ending. These responses will complement evidence gathered from the real-world experiences of the Future Transport Zones, and other work on the Future of Transport, to inform our work on this Regulatory Review. Substantive proposals for legislative reform are likely to form part of this.


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