Why restrict ourselves to better versions of today? Luke Radford describes how discovery could consider better outcomes for the future.
Jo Moorshead, DfT's Head of Knowledge & Information, reveals some of the stories and insights shared at our IWD event last month
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, we asked 6 colleagues in digital, data and technology roles to tell us about their work.
Find out how the cloud has helped our rail analysts reduce query times from hours to seconds
Find out about DfT's new data team - what they do and how you could get involved
Earlier this month, we ran the first ever DfT Group Digital, Data & Technology (DDaT) Profession Conference. Not only that, but it was an ‘unconference’.
In my previous Blog, Applying data science to policy, I talked about our first attempt at developing a data science software application to automate some painful parts of the policy consultation process. I alluded to challenges we faced and the …
Transport is a key part of most people’s day and so it inevitably ends up in the news. Much of this news appears in local papers, which make up the majority of the 700+ news outlets in the UK.
One of the great things about working at the Department for Transport (DfT) is that it’s a really outward-facing department. During my 3 years here, I’ve met people from all over the transport sector and this has broadened my horizons …
Around 95% of UK imports and exports are transported by sea. The companies and ports that handle this freight must submit data about their activity to the Department for Transport.