Transport Briefing subscriptions

Transport Briefing gives subscribers a trustworthy source of information which is well written, accurate and often exclusive. It provides an alternative to regurgitated press releases while saving readers from having to traipse across the internet in an attempt to find reliable information.

Subscribers have full access to password protected pages on the Transport Briefing website.

Who subscribes?

Transport Briefing subscribers currently include government departments, train operating companies, investors, major contractors, regulators, leading suppliers, design consultants, legal experts, local authorities, project teams, property developers, equipment manufacturers and technology providers.

A Transport Briefing subscription includes:

  • Weekly email news bulletins, containing the full text of Transport Briefing articles published during the past week
  • Access to the searchable Transport Briefing online archive, with thousands of articles stretching back to 2003, providing valuable information to support the day-to-day activities of your organisation and clients. The archive is password protected and therefore off limits to non-subscribers
  • Use of our extensive database of project news and updates for the major UK transport infrastructure schemes currently under construction or in development

How much does a subscription cost?

  • Individual subscription: £288
  • Individual subscription (non-profit making organisation): £219
  • Individual subscription (student - .ac email address): £150

The options below permit unrestricted distribution within an organisation:
  • Library subscription (corporate): £749
  • Library subscription (non-profit making organisation): £525
  • Library subscription (academic - .ac email addresses): £300

A discount of 20% applies for two year subscriptions and 25% for three year subscriptions. A discount of 10% (additional to any multi-year discounts) is applied to subscriptions due for renewal which are paid within 30 days of an invoice being issued.

Transport Briefing is primarily funded by subscriptions from businesses and other organisations. We recognise the areas we cover will be of interest to many individuals and are keen not to price the service out of their reach - if you are interested in subscribing and this applies to you please contact us to discuss.