The shortlist has been announced for this year's Barbara Cox Woman of the Year award, which recognises an inspirational female leader in the automotive industry.
Volvo Cars and Geely Auto have confirmed plans to deepen their existing collaboration but will not go ahead with a previously proposed merger.
E10 fuel – a blend of petrol and 10% ethanol - will be available from petrol stations in the UK from September 2021, the Government has announced.
Plans for a gigafactory at Coventry Airport will be drawn up to build batteries for electric cars, following approval from Coventry councillors.
Ford has committed to sell only electric cars in Europe by 2030, with all Ford cars sold in the continent by 2026 expected to be zero-emissions capable.
The Government may have to rethink its road-building policy in England, following a legal challenge by environmental campaigners.
To address its green agenda, the Government wants drivers to go electric, but that will leave a big hole in fuel duty income, says Mark Smulian
Eight areas in Wales will trial a default 20mph speed limit this year, ahead of plans for a national roll out from April 2023.
Arrival will begin trials of its battery-electric bus with First Bus on public roads this autumn.
The number of electric cars on UK roads is expected to exceed that of diesel-powered models by 2030, research by The AA has found.
British Gas has committed to electrifying its fleet by 2025, after signing a deal for a further 2,000 Vivaro-e electric vans from Vauxhall.
Smart Transport member Campaign for Better Transport has set out what it believes are the priorities for transport, ahead of the Budget next Wednesday, March 3.
Better provision for micromobility is needed at London's stations to give passengers more transport options, says the London School of Economics (LSE)
The future of smart motorways has been called into question after a spate of fatal crashes, with Highways England being referred to the CPS on a potential charge of corporate manslaughter.
The Welsh Government has launched a survey to identify locations for remote working hubs, as part of its long-term aim to have 30% of Welsh workers working from or near home.
IBM and Iceland Foods are among 20 new signatories to the Climate Pledge, which requires members to work towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2040.
Out of sight meant out of mind when it came to solving the transport problems experienced by non-urban residents, but the focus is shifting, says Beate Kubitz
Mayor aims to harness the city’s technology skills to develop an innovative transit system
Between 1937 and 1940 the Ministry of Transport only gave grants to local authorities for arterial road schemes if they included nine-foot-wide cycleways both sides of the road.
A cycleway alongside HS2 was part of the vision for the project, and would deliver health, congestion and economic benefits of between £3 and £8 per £1 spent.