Garden communities should be self-sufficient and based around sustainable transport modes. But are they heading in the wrong direction? asks Jenny Raggett
Decision-making through Covid-19 uncertainty needs an understanding that there are many possible versions of the future, says Peter Wright of AECOM
David Ward, Horiba Mira senior technical manager for functional safety, looks at the challenges with the new UN regulations on Automated Lane Keeping Systems.
Road building plans face a ‘perfect storm’ of challenges. It’s time to consider whether the money would be better spent elsewhere, says Lisa Hopkinson
Charley Grimston, MD of Altelium, says data sharing on EV battery health is fundamental to developing the energy circular economy.
Cost-effective access to data for all in the transport eco-system has accelerated the future mobility agenda and is driving business innovation and new service models, says Mike Waters
Pre-pandemic, the Government was promising ‘bold and ambitious action’ to address transport climate issues. The goals can still be achieved, but the challenge is vast.
Ito World chief executive Johan Herrlin says that as the world adjusts to the new normal - this could be the age of the shared bike.
AECOM’s Robert Spencer and Claire Bonham-Carter examine projects that could have a huge impact on the health of our planet - if implemented more widely.
Roger Brereton, head of sales at Pailton Engineering, weighs in on the debate for greater electric bus design standardisation.