Arts and humanities scholars and practitioners have a long-standing interest in movement, mobility and transport, but there has been a recent resurgence of research amongst scholars in fields such as history, literary studies, art and design, film and media studies, philosophy and cultural geography. Members of the centre have helped to define the new field of mobility humanities, demonstrating the role that historical research can play in informing contemporary policies, and discussing the role of novel humanities methods in research. This has included projects funded by ESRC, AHRC, EU/WEFO and Department for Transport, focussing on: the early history of driving in Britain; history of Britain’s motorway infrastructure; port heritage in Ireland and Wales; mobile methods; and histories of travel and journeying between the UK and Ireland. Members of the centre work closely with colleagues in leading research hubs in the UK, Italy and South Korea, as well as editing the Bloomsbury series, A Cultural History of Transport and Mobility. Future research will focus on different aspects of mobility and transport histories, as well as collaborative research with arts, dance and performance practitioners.