The Arrival Bus has achieved EU certification and received European Whole Vehicle Type Approval (EUWVTA), the manufacturer announced today.
Live testing of UK's first full-size autonomous bus begins in Scotland.
Nottingham has rolled out tap and go ticketing across three of the city’s major transport operators.
Funding worth £7 billion is being provided to 'overhaul and level up' major local transport schemes outside of London.
The Department for Transport has launched a consultation on proposals to end the sale of new non-zero emission buses by 2032 "at the very latest".
The Welsh government has established the North Wales Transport Commission to review sustainable and integrated transport plans across the region.
Transport for London (TfL) has published its long-term Bus Action Plan that seeks to boost ridership as part of plans to meet net zero targets by 2030.
The Government will extend its Covid-19 funding support for public transport for a further six months with £150 million for bus and light rail operators.
Seven Metro Mayors across England have warned the Government’s failure to extend emergency Covid support for bus services is on the verge of causing lasting damage.
The Government has set out its mission to transport public transport connectivity as part of its new Levelling Up White Paper.
Cardiff Bus has taken delivery of 36 Yutong E12 zero-emission single-decker buses as part of its decarbonisation strategy.
Bus operator Nottingham City Transport is replacing conventional wing mirrors on its fleet with a digital solution to improve safety.
21st Century Passenger Systems, part of Journeo, has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s transport technology framework.
Transport for London (TfL) has banned all privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles on London’s transport network.
Pelican Engineering has launched a network for zero emission bus and coach operators to support best practice as the sector transitions to greener transport.
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.
The Government has said it will “level up” bus and rail transport infrastructure across the Midlands and the North with £401 million in upgrades.
CILT's latest report states that rural communities may be left behind by current plans to reach net zero by 2050.