Decarbonising UK Freight Transport project resources

Accelerating Investment for Decarbonising UK Freight Transport, end of project report.
19 October 2023

The end of project report of the DUKFT Network – Accelerating Investment for Decarbonising UK Freight Transport, Synthesis report – is launched on 19th October. The report can be downloaded here:

End of project report available here.

Accelerating Investment for Decarbonising UK Freight Transport, Executive Summary.
9 February 2023

The executive summary of the DUKFT Network’s final report was launched at our final event, on 9th February. The executive summary, the interim final report and accompanying infographics can be found here:

Executive Summary available here.

Interim final report available here.

Infographics available here.

Evidence submitted to the House of Commons’ Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into net-zero aviation and shipping.
26 January 2022

Written evidence available here.

Recording of Environmental Audit Committee evidence session available here.

Investing in freight transport decarbonisation:
Decision making and methods for evaluating opportunities and risks
29 September, 2021

This webinar was an opportunity to share and discuss the findings of the first round DUKFT’s first round of small research projects. Please find below a summary of the projects’ key findings, the project presentations from the webinar, a policy briefing document from the CRAFTeD team, and the recording of the webinar.

Summary of key findings

A wide scope analysis of the factors influencing freight decarbonisation investment decisions – University of Southampton and TRL

Transport Investment Decisions (TIDE): An exploration of climate alignment in freight related investment decisions – University College London and University of Westminster

Co-produced Route-mapping to Accelerate Freight Decarbonisation (CRAFTeD): ATransdisciplinary Learning and Decision Framework – University of the West of England and University of Bristol

CRAFTeD Policy Briefing: Accelerating freight decarbonisation: the role for regional leadership in delivering ‘Net Zero 2050’

An Integrated System and Service Design Approach for the Decarbonisation of UK Freight Transportation (INSTINCT) – Loughborough University and Aston University