This report from the McKinsey Centre for Future Mobility looks at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and changes in consumer preferences, technology and regulation.
The McKinsey Centre for Future Mobility has said the industry must learn how to navigate the “next normal” as it recovers from the impact of Covid-19.
Clean air zones are driving a positive modal shift to alternatives to the car, according to research commissioned by Europcar Mobility Group UK.
New analysis by the Mayor of London has shown how the badly the Covid-19 pandemic has dented public transport use and has said car trips remain too high.
This Major Roads Report from Transport for the North sets out the scale of the challenge as it looks to enhance safety and reduce environmental impact.
Micromobility provider Voi has raised $115 million (£87m) in a latest round of funding that will help expand its European operations in 2022.
Stuart Delivery, the tech logistics company, has partnered with Vok Bikes to launch an on-demand e-cargo bike solution.
Think tank Green Alliance has called on the Government to increase investment in active travel and public transport to help reduce congestion.
Our reliance on car travel is a hard habit to break, but the Government needs to step up its efforts to encourage less polluting forms of travel.
Tier Mobility is urging York residents to offer their views on e-scooters and e-bikes as part of a new public consultation.
New research published by global law firm DLA Piper examines decarbonisation strategies in three key transportation subsectors: aviation, rail and shipping.
TfL has partnered with London councils and The Met to commit to tougher measures to eliminate death and serious injury from London’s roads by 2041.
E-mobility company Tier is launching 500 e-bikes in Islington to help boost sustainable transport options following the ULEZ expansion.
This EASAC report looks at the challenges facing decarbonisation across the EU and how government policy will be key to driving behaviour change.
This new report from the University of Hertfordshire spotlights several schemes that could make an immediate impact to reduce car dependancy outside of cities.
A new report from the University of Hertfordshire spotlights several schemes that could make an immediate impact to reduce car dependancy outside of cities.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed £5.7 billion of investment to help England’s city regions to boost rail, bus, tram and cycling projects.
Birmingham City Council have announced plans for the city to become a low-traffic neighbourhood, as reported in The Guardian.
There were 484 casualties in accidents involving e-scooters in Great Britain last year, including one fatality, the Department for Transport (DfT) estimates.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has published the findings from its Future of Transport: rural strategy consultation.