New Government proposals could crackdown on vehicles parking on the kerbside as part of a consultation to improve pedestrian safety for parents and disabled people.
The Government has called for new evidence on UK transport laws and launched a £90 million technology trial to boost smart transport initiatives in four areas.
AppyWay has partnered with Transport for London and the London Freightlab to pilot kerbside management tools for freight and service vehicles in the capital.
The Government has pledged £500 million over the next five years to support the rollout of a fast charging network for plug-in vehicles.
The plug-in grant for certain electric vehicles (EVs) has been cut with immediate effect, after funding was secured for another three years.
First Aberdeen, part of the multinational company First Group which originated in the city, is to run 15 hybrid double decker buses starting this summer.
Sir John Armitt, chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, has reacted with disappointment following the Government's decision to delay publishing its National Infrastructure Strategy.
Arval UK and BNP Paribas Group have joined the UK’s first Hydrogen Taskforce, a coalition of 10 organisations with a shared cross sector vision for hydrogen energy and fuel in Britain.
Transport for London (TfL) is planning to remove roundabouts at each end of Lambeth Bridge to introduce more pedestrian and cyclist friendly traffic measures.
Urban Transport Group has published a new report setting out the ‘considerable uncertainties’ about the rollout of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) in the UK.