Buses need to get passengers back on board. But it is proving to be a case of easier said than done, reports Beate Kubitz
Electricity is often the first solution that comes to mind when considering how to reduce air pollution generated by road transport. But it is not practical in every instance
The ‘avoid public transport’ advice prompted a large spike in cycling and walking and lockdown has encouraged councils to consider reallocation of road space, writes Beate Kubitz
The DfT's latest report tracks the attitudes of the public to autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles and mobility services.
The virtual National Rail Recovery Conference, which took place last month, gave an insight into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and reform of the sector.
Connected and autonomous vehicles, MaaS and intelligent transport systems are moving from lab into the real world, with over 100 smart mobility trials underway
Most decision-makers are white males, so what chance is there for others to have their hopes and fears properly represented? asks Laura Laker
Out of sight meant out of mind when it came to solving the transport problems experienced by non-urban residents, but the focus is shifting, says Beate Kubitz
Government has set out bold plans for reducing the UK’s carbon footprint, but where will the funding come from? asks Graeme Pickering
Active travel – cycling and walking – has been brought to the forefront by the pandemic. Now there's the need to build on the progress made during lockdown
The legacy of lockdown could promote a place-making revolution in urban planning. Mark Sutcliffe investigates the 15-minute city model