Our Partners

The generous support of our corporate sponsors and partners allows us to keep our membership fee low and accessible to all women working in the transport sector. 


TfL is the integrated transport authority responsible for meeting the Mayor of London’s strategy and commitments on transport in London; running the day-to-day operation of the Capital's public transport network and managing London's main roads. To diversify and strengthen its workforce, TfL is committed to attracting more women and young people to the transport industry.


WSP is one of the world's leading engineering professional services firms, with 44,000 talented people, based in more than 500 offices, across 40 countries. Committed to creating the right environment for everyone to reach their full potential by promoting equality, inclusivity and diversity for everyone, WSP is intent on attaining 30% of women in senior and middle management positions by 2021. 


Together with its associated companies, Eurovia teams are responsible for improving over 50,000 kms of the UK’s highways network – they deliver specialist highway services across the largest, dedicated, highways portfolio within the UK. Eurovia UK is committed to improving and encouraging diversity in their own businesses and across the transport sector as a whole.

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Nexus is the Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive and administers funds on behalf of the Joint Transport Committee of the North East Combined Authority and the North of Tyne Combined Authority. They aim to improve the quality of life and fortunes of everyone in Tyne and Wear, by creating better transport networks. Nexus partnered with Women in Transport to launch our North East hub.

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WORK180 is a global jobs network that operates at the forefront of a new workplace revolution. Its mission is to finally put an end to workplace discrimination, so that everyone is valued equally and businesses can enjoy the benefits of a truly diverse workforce.