A £1 million scrappage scheme will be trialled in Coventry next year, with motorists given up to £3,000 worth of mobility credits to ditch their car.
Car manufacturers, leasing and finance companies are duplicating their efforts on new mobility and technology projects due to operating in silos, according to Elevenci.
BSI, the UK’s national standards body, has released a new set of standards that set out the minimum requirements for managing safety during development testing and when trialling automated vehicles.
Helsinki and Oslo have achieved the milestone of zero pedestrian and cyclist deaths last year, following changes to traffic infrastructure.
Wandsworth Council is ramping up its £20 million Climate Change Action Plan with the aim of increasing its network of plug-in vehicle charge points to 700.
ViaVan, the joint venture between Via and Mercedes-Benz Vans, has launched a new on-demand transport service in the Tees Valley in partnership with Stagecoach Group.
EcoAct, the climate change consultancy, has launched a new programme aimed at helping guide businesses and organisations planning for a net zero future.
App-based car rental service UFO Drive has launched its first mobility hub in Berlin in collaboration with APCOA Parking and energy solutions provider Innogy.
Shell-owned NewMotion is calling on the electric vehicle charging industry to work closer together to create an open network with payment compatibility across all providers.
Fleets should consider rapidly bringing forward their plans to transition to electric vehicles (EVs) following the Government’s commitment to end new petrol, diesel and hybrid car and van sales by 2035, says Arval.