Ten organisations have written to Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick urging changes to the Government’s proposed planning reforms which risk "tide of traffic".
The Government has said the UK is “accelerating further towards a greener transport future” as sales of electric vehicles (EVs) pass the 500,000 mark.
The Government has extended the end date of e-scooter trials until March 31, 2022, meaning it could be mid-2023 before any legislation permitting their use is introduced.
A Rail Delivery Group report has estimated that rail freight helps to cut millions of lorry journeys each year and contributes £2.5 billion to the UK economy.
This new report from the Rail Delivery Group has put together a new framework which enables the value of different types of freight paths to be calculated.
England’s rail system cost £17.4 billion, including £5.1bn from taxpayers, according to the latest financial overview for 2019-20 from the NAO.
The NIC has confirmed the second National Infrastructure Assessment will be published in the second half of 2023 and consultation will commence this autumn.
Vehicle manufacturers have pushed back against the Government’s 2030 deadline for the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales by asking for a five year extension.
The DfT has granted a range of additional powers to decarbonise aviation infrastructure as part of the Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill.
A focus on shared transport is 'crucial' to help London meet its net-zero ambitions and should be a priority for the next London Mayor, CoMoUK has said.
This document sets out CoMoUK’s asks for the next London Mayoral and Assembly terms to help create a greener, fairer and healthier city.
Motorway service station operator Moto has confirmed plans to install ultra-rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers at all its UK sites.
The long-term impact of Covid-19 on the transport sector will be a key theme at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference, which takes place on June 8 and 9.
The Department for Transport, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and West Midlands Combined Authority are among those named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2021.
This Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s (CILT) report shows how bus patronage has declined and suggests how demand could be brought back.
Simpler fare structures may help boost the number of bus passengers, according to a new report by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s (CILT).
Self-driving vehicles could be allowed on UK roads by the end of the year, the Government has announced.
This report is the culmination of a Network Innovation Allowance funded project overseen by a steering group comprising the UK and Ireland gas network operators.