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
Nicola Hogan, sustainability manager at King's College London, explores how London can emerge stronger from the coronavirus pandemic.
Safa Alkateb, CEO of Autocab, looks at how transport operators can empower passengers to help restore confidence in travelling post-pandemic.
Landmark ruling says air pollution was cause of child’s death. Measures must be taken to reduce risks, says Lisa Hopkinson
Stephen Joseph wonders if the emphasis should be taken off big infrastructure and placed on projects that offer swift gains
An effective public transport system will play an important role in a healthy, sustainable future. But the Government needs to act to ensure that the Covid recovery is not car-led, says Paul Tuohy