Confusion reigns because it is legal to sell an e-scooter, but currently illegal to ride one on the majority of UK roads and pavements
Ahead of the publication of the second National Infrastructure Assessment, we look at the NIC’s strategic priorities leading up to 2050
After years of paying lip service to the concept that freight carried by rail will result in fewer lorries on the road, the Government seems ready to act
Shared mobility will play a major role in achieving environmental targets. It will also help to ‘level up’ transport options for the disadvantaged
Walking is the most basic form of travel – perhaps that’s why it has been constantly overlooked when it comes to transport policy
That’s the incredible swing in sentiment towards the area’s low traffic scheme
Jason Simpson, vice president, Liberty Global shares the key learnings from the Virgin Media Park & Charge project.
Bold moves by mayors may attract vocal opposition, but their efforts to reduce pollution in Paris have the backing of voters.
Is the Government acting quickly enough to keep up with the development of mobility modes such as autonomous vehicles and e-scooters?
Bath & North East Somerset Council has been on a four-year journey to launch its clean air zone (CAZ), one of the first outside London to implement an area that charges non-compliant businesses.