Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris has announced a new £9 million competition to find cutting-edge ideas set to transform the future of the railways.
The Welsh Government has unveiled a £55 million funding package for councils to encourage people to take up healthier travel for short local journeys.
Making people feel safe is essential to getting people back on rail, according to Arriva strategy and policy director Mary Hewitt.
Swapping the car for active travel one day a week makes a ‘significant impact’ on carbon emissions, says the University of Oxford’s Transport Studies Unit.
The number of public electric vehicle charge points rose by 7% (1,288 charge points) in the fourth quarter of 2020 to a total of 20,775 across the UK.
The UK new car market fell -39.5% in January with 59,030 fewer registrations compared to the same month last year.
The UK is 'highly unlikely' to reach 2050 net zero target without integrated transport and land use planning, says the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).
A Transport for All report into the impact of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) on disabled people has found failures with the consultation process.
The On-Street Residential Grant Scheme will continue in 2021/22, with £20 million available for local authorities, the Government has announced.
Shared ownership/use of electric bikes and e-cargo bikes has a crucial role to play in driving uptake and boosting sustainability.