Government’s transport decarbonisation plan is welcome in general, but the devil is in the lack of detail, says Paul Tuohy
The Government has recommended face coverings be worn on public transport when coronavirus restrictions are lifted on July 19.
London’s recently launched e-scooter rental scheme could replace five million car trips in the capital annually, if it reaches full capacity.
The latest Virtual Smart Transport Conference will examine the best ways to ensure rural communities are not left behind by new transport policies and technologies.
To date, there is no evidence that public transport was, or is, a source of virus transmission. Government needs to get this across to the travelling public
A national campaign urging Government to encourage people to return to public transport has been launched by Campaign for Better Transport.
Ten organisations have written to Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick urging changes to the Government’s proposed planning reforms which risk "tide of traffic".
Public transport restrictions influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic have created an opportunity to give fares and ticketing a complete overhaul
Smart Transport member Campaign for Better Transport has set out what it believes are the priorities for transport, ahead of the Budget next Wednesday, March 3.
Former Cycling UK boss Paul Tuohy is to join Campaign for Better Transport as its new chief executive in November.
Campaign for Better Transport is looking for a chief executive officer to replace Darren Shirley who is moving to a new role at the Department for Transport.
Campaign For Better Transport has outlined how transport systems can be transformed as part of a Covid-19 recovery plan and has said the pandemic has only strengthened the demand for sustainable travel.