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Milton Keynes and the roots of 'Smart' transport

Updated Friday, 11 August 2017
Learn about MK’s unique history of transport innovation, and how The Open University has been a part of the experiment.  

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Professor Stephen Potter has studied and lived in Milton Keynes since the 1970s. In the following interview, he explains how Milton Keynes was built, the unique vision of the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, and how the New Town’s culture of social radicalism is incubating a new era of digital, transport and design innovation.

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