Living Streets has been awarded £40,745 from the European Climate Foundation to develop its approach to D&I within its campaigning network.
Ionity, the car manufacturer-led electric vehicle charging network, has raised €700 million (£590m) to boost charging stations across Europe to 1,500.
Transport for Wales and CitySwift have partnered on a pilot programme to optimise public transport services using data and machine learning.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is inviting early public feedback on its refreshed Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP).
Innovate UK has awarded £335,000 to Bonnet, EDF, DG Cities and Devon County Council to work on the Rural Electric Mobility Enabler (REME) project.
A hydrogen storage project near Glasgow has received £9.4 million in government funding to help drive progress towards decarbonising the UK transport sector.
The Government has mandated that all property developers must install electric vehicle (EV) charge points in new homes, supermarkets and workplaces from 2022.
The SMMT has published a new set of guiding principles for responsible advertising and communication relating to automated vehicles and their capabilities.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has scrapped plans for the eastern leg of HS2 to Leeds, but is pushing ahead with £96 billion of rail improvements.
Decarbonisation is a primary driver of the transport industry’s investment strategy, according to research published by global law firm DLA Piper.