A new report from Campaign for Better Transport which says: "The Government’s current strategy for achieving net zero aviation places significant emphasis on technological advancements. Advancements we can’t afford to wait around for."
New report into road pricing is urging politicians to handle transport’s political hot potato
Public involvement and consent are needed to address four key areas of divergence, says Smart Transport chair Stephen Joseph
Campaign for Better Transport research shows a road pricing scheme may not be the vote loser some politicians expect it to be
A new report from Campaign for Better Transport has found that half (49 per cent) of people support replacing fuel duty and vehicle excise duty with a pay-as-you-drive scheme.
Until planes can shake off their reliance on fossil fuels, the only way to cut aviation emissions will be to fly less
As the cost of living crisis takes a firmer grip, transport poverty looks set to deepen – especially in rural areas of the UK
DfT produces public transport plans only for Treasury to say there is no money for them
Department for Transport concedes ‘Bus Back Better’ funding has been cut by the pandemic grants
We reflect on lessons to be learnt from a commissioner who endeavoured to give New Yorkers what he felt was good for them
Is it short-sighted to expect public transport to ‘pay’ for itself? Shouldn’t some other benefits of having a fit-for-purpose system also be considered?
A year on, doubts about delivering Bus Back Better are beginning to surface
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.
Government’s transport decarbonisation plan is welcome in general, but the devil is in the lack of detail, says Paul Tuohy of Campaign for Better Transport
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted radical changes in the way people travel. The question now is how do we retain the best aspects and ditch the worst?
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.