It has taken a global pandemic to force us to reassess our lives. Let’s hope the lessons are not quickly forgotten, says Richard Dilks
Does ease of parking encourage car travel? It would seem the answer is ‘yes’. Now more planners are considering other uses for the land, says Lisa Hopkinson
With its London-based Smart Mobility Living Lab the UK is well placed to lead on the introduction of new mobility platforms, says TRL’s Iwan Parry
Smart Transport chairman Stephen Joseph reflects on the ways in which Covid-19 has impacted transport and which changes he expects to become more permanent
Sam Ryan, co-founder of bus sharing business Zeelo, believes now is the time for public transport to reinvent itself.
The effects of Covid-19 are already echoing around the world, and neither the automotive nor the connected and automated mobility (CAM) ecosystems are immune.
Earlier this year, the UK announced plans to bring forward the ban on the product of new diesel and petrol cars to 2035. But urgent measures like this one are necessary.
I was convinced that this year would be dominated by c for carbon and the journey towards net zero. However, c for Covid-19 has has prompted a huge amount of change.
Tough legislation on carbon emissions and fierce competition are forcing manufacturers to innovate across the automotive supply chain.
Transport and its infrastructure will come under increased scrutiny, says the chair of Smart Transport editorial board Stephen Joseph