Osprey Charging has opened the first of 150 planned electric vehicle (EV) charging hubs at a site in Wolverhampton as part of a £75 million UK rollout.
Oxford City Council and Pivot Power have started work on installing 38 fast and rapid chargers ahead of a planned Oxford Superhub launch in February 2022.
Sir Peter Hendy’s final report sets out how the UK will strengthen its transport bonds to create a more “cohesive and connected UK”.
The Government will establish UKNET – a strategic transport network spanning the UK, as part of recommendations in the final Union Connectivity Review.
The Government will make face masks mandatory on all public transport from November 30 as part of measures to limit the spread of the Omicron Covid-19 variant.
The Climate Change Committee will look at whether the Government is taking action quickly enough to meet its climate commitments.
Transport for the North (TfN) is going back to Government with proposals it hopes could revive the scrapped plans for the Midlands to Leeds leg of HS2.
Living Streets has been awarded £40,745 from the European Climate Foundation to develop its approach to D&I within its campaigning network.
Ionity, the car manufacturer-led electric vehicle charging network, has raised €700 million (£590m) to boost charging stations across Europe to 1,500.
Transport for Wales and CitySwift have partnered on a pilot programme to optimise public transport services using data and machine learning.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is inviting early public feedback on its refreshed Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP).
Innovate UK has awarded £335,000 to Bonnet, EDF, DG Cities and Devon County Council to work on the Rural Electric Mobility Enabler (REME) project.
The DfT's Trudy Harrison will provide the next steps on the path to net zero at this month’s Smart Transport Conference.
TfL has partnered with London councils and The Met to commit to tougher measures to eliminate death and serious injury from London’s roads by 2041.
A list of 24 governments, 11 carmakers and 39 cities have all signed a COP26 pledge to go zero emissions with new car and van sales by 2035 in leading markets.
More than 20 experts in transport have been confirmed as speakers and chairs for the next Smart Transport Conference on November 30 in London.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has published its new plans that sets out £96 billion of investment in rail across England.
New research published by global law firm DLA Piper examines decarbonisation strategies in three key transportation subsectors: aviation, rail and shipping.
Transport for London (TfL) has published a progress update for its strategy for making London’s roads safer for all.