TRL’s Paul Campion responds to the Government's call for evidence on where the UK can be globally competitive in connected and automated mobility.
Government’s transport decarbonisation plan is welcome in general, but the devil is in the lack of detail, says Paul Tuohy
Spanish cities show how it is possible to tackle traffic problems without leaders falling on political swords
Alfonso Martinez Cordero, MD of LeasePlan UK, calls for local authorities to play their part in supporting the development of the UK's charging network.
Active travel comes to fore ahead of car travel
To date, there is no evidence that public transport was, or is, a source of virus transmission. Government needs to get this across to the travelling public
Development of the technology underpinning connected and automated mobility has not been badly disrupted by Covid-19. Now we must seek to push on
Changes to Green Book guidance, with a switch in emphasis towards the strategic case, look set to alter the way projects are developed and prioritised
With 'self-driving' cars set to be on UK roads later this year, Steve Nash, CEO of the IMI, questions whether the infrastructure is ready to ensure they’re safe
Public transport restrictions influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic have created an opportunity to give fares and ticketing a complete overhaul