UK start-up Urban.MASS is planning to launch a driverless zero emission mass transit system in 2025 at the National Railway Museum, Locomotion, in Shildon.
Ordnance Survey’s two-day OS Map and Hack event has helped develop new ideas to improve electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure across the UK.
Electric vehicle (EV) drivers in Scotland are benefiting from one of the fastest rollouts of rapid chargers in the UK, according to the most recent statistics.
A new study by Zemo Partnership recommends that Government policy should increase its focus on the well-to-wheel emissions of new fuels for transport.
Char.gy has launched a 12-month wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging trial in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, with peer-to-peer car sharing platform Hiyacar.
The number of pure battery electric vehicles (BEV) on UK roads has overtaken plug-in hybrids for the first time, latest figures show.
A new UK study by Peugeot has found that plug-in vehicle drivers are travelling more miles per week compared with drivers of petrol and diesel vehicles.
Here Technologies has launched a new data service that looks to improve the understanding of how road users and vehicles move across transport networks.
Louise Gittins, interim chair of Transport for the North (TfN) responds to reports that the Integrated Rail Plan will be “bad news” for the North of England.
E-bike company Zoomo has launched its next-generation Sport e-utility bike priced from £2,200.
Videalert has launched a new electric mobile enforcement bike (MEV-B) designed to help councils enforce traffic, parking and clean air zone violations.
Councillor Richard Wenham has been announced as the new chair of sub-national transport body, England’s Economic Heartland.
There were 484 casualties in accidents involving e-scooters in Great Britain last year, including one fatality, the Department for Transport (DfT) estimates.
Military tanker drivers have been put on standby to stabilise the fuel supply chain if necessary and an extension to ADR licences has been announced by the Government.
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 Government has launched a consultation on delivery drones and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
Is the Government acting quickly enough to keep up with the development of mobility modes such as autonomous vehicles and e-scooters?
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted radical changes in the way people travel. The question now is how do we retain the best aspects and ditch the worst?
The report by Centre for London looks at how micromobility vehicles could help to reduce car use, cut carbon emissions, and improve air quality.
Councils are likely to seek increased funding to enable decarbonisation plan to be adequately addressed at local level, reports Mark Smulian