Manchester and London’s transport strategies have hit the headlines for rebalancing the life of streets, but provincial cities are also making rapid progress.
A little more than 100 miles of track will be electrified: as it is the central part of a plan to rejuvenate the Valley Lines around Cardiff.
Bus passenger numbers have been falling for decades, but not everywhere – and the humble bus still accounts for 58% of all public transport journeys.
Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham spoke on the issue of planning around cars at a summit in March.
In the middle of Covid-19 lockdown, the Department for Transport (DfT) published its Decarbonising Transport Setting the Challenge paper.
England’s recently-created city region combined authorities have improving transport and infrastructure at their hearts and have drawn up ambitious programmes.
Connected and autonomous vehicles, MaaS and intelligent transport systems are moving from lab into the real world, with over 100 smart mobility trials underway
If the electrification of road transport is on a clear trajectory, environmentally-sustainable solutions for trucks, planes and shipping is a greater challenge
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?