The Covid-19 crisis has offered the best chance to reshape the transport landscape since World War II. Here's how some cities are embracing the challenge
Policymakers have to consider the needs of the whole population when it comes to transport, but how well are they doing?
The Urban Transport Group has been looking at the issues and options of applying Mobility as a Service (MaaS) to city regional transport services
In our connected world, data has a huge role to play – and if channelled in the right direction it can be one of our greatest assets, reports David Fowler.
Planners face pressure to make land available for residential use, while delivery companies are finding themselves on the periphery, reports Mark Smulian
A bold political vision allied to urgent action has transformed travel within a city where cycling now prospers alongside scooters and Segways are set to follow
The UK Government-supported Autodrive Project trialled a range of autonomous and connected vehicles over a three-year period, starting in 2015.
Competitive pitches are tiring out those chasing cash injections to support research, but investors still enthusiastically seek the ‘next big thing’
With connected shared cars comes more utilisation and more data that, used properly, can be very powerful.
Andy McDonald, shadow Secretary of State for Transport, reflects on a city that has used development of a modern tram network to replace car dominance