The DfT has ended rail franchising after 24 years as it looks to deliver a “simpler, more effective model” to reform the UK’s railways.
Network Rail and Highways England have published a new joint document that they hope will make it easier to develop more parkway stations across the UK.
Major UK city transport authorities are urging the Government for more funding and powers to help rebuild after Covid-19.
Vehicle charging and smart parking payments are expected to boost the value of in-vehicle purchases to £67bn by 2025, according to a report by Juniper Research.
HS2 is trialling a new carbon and cost estimating solution at a number of its sites with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) developed by Skanska.
Innovative transport start-ups with a focus on decarbonisation or Covid-19 recovery can bid for a share of over £1 million in DfT funding.
Volvo Cars has introduced new technology that can monitor and clean 95% of the air inside a vehicle’s cabin before drivers start their journey.
The Scottish government has opened consultation on its plans to halve road deaths by 2030 and eliminate them entirely by 2050.
Omnibus is launching new technology that will help bus operators share more data about their services with the public.
The AA has launched a new EV Support Service designed to aid the growing electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the UK.