This document sets out CoMoUK’s asks for the next London Mayoral and Assembly terms to help create a greener, fairer and healthier city.
Tier has welcomed the Irish Government’s move to prioritise the legalisation of e-scooters in its summer session legislative programme.
A new behavioural artificial intelligence (AI) system claims to prevent more than 90% of crashes by predicting the actions of pedestrians and other road users.
This report sets out CoMoUK's vision for shared transport in Scotland for the next Scottish Government.
CoMoUK has urged the next Scottish Government to ‘transform’ Scotland’s transport system by adopting shared transport solutions.
An in-built ventilation system on Manchester's Metrolink trams circulates fresh air, helping to limit the risk of aerosol transmission of viruses, a study has found.
Almost half (47%) of respondents to a Greater Manchester Covid-19 recovery survey want to keep walking and cycling more often, when the pandemic is over.
The Charge My Street campaign is set to install 100 new electric vehicle (EV) charge points throughout Cumbria and Lancashire.
CoMoUK has revealed the results of its fifth annual bike share reports including Britain and Scotland.
This report by CoMoUK gives the latest evidence on the impact of shared bikes for Britain.
This report by CoMoUK reveals the latest evidence on the impact of shared bikes for Scotland.
The Government has announced an £18 million investment toward cycle training for children and families.
Leeds City Council is calling for views on its draft Connecting Leeds Transport Strategy before the consultation closes on April 11.
Following the successful launch of the West of England e-scooter trial, the trial area for the ‘hop-on hop-off’ e-scooters has expanded.
This report by CREDS and DecarboN8 looks at how people’s travel patterns have adapted during the coronavirus pandemic and why.
Smart Transport member ABB is partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop a cloud-based digital solution for the real-time fleet management of electric vehicles (EVs).
The Scottish Government has allocated £1.79 million from its active travel budget to support 173 organisations across Scotland.
The Welsh government is targeting 45% of all journeys to be made by sustainable means and away from private cars across the country by 2045.
The new Transport Strategy document ‘Llwybr Newydd – New Path’ commits to making 45% of all journeys sustainable by 2045.
Leeds City Council has launched a trial allowing businesses in the city to borrow electric cargo bikes for deliveries.