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.
Unmanned rail stations or bus drivers lacking empathy are among the numerous reasons those with mental health problems may avoid travel
While predictions of the death of the city centre office may be premature, seismic shifts in where, when and how frequently we travel to work are underway
Avoiding duplication of effort is important for progress within England’s Economic Heartland. The STB published its Regional Transport Strategy at the end of February
It may be a little while before the outcomes and impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are fully known, but there is little doubt that it has presented planners with an unprecedented opportunity to make substantial changes in one fell swoop
Region plans to reduce car usage substantially by 2040.
From a voluntary approach to cordon-based pricing, Mark Smulian looks at how different places have adopted road pricing, and why it is on Vancouver's agenda.
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.