Department for Transport concedes ‘Bus Back Better’ funding has been cut by the pandemic grants
When local authorities propose changes affecting road usage, they often face initial resistance, but, with patience, attitudes can change
Regional and local authorities are trialling a series of incentives and disincentives to cut single occupancy car use and persuade drivers to switch to more sustainable modes of travel...
DMN Logistics is urging councils across the UK to improve clarity on information and plans for clean air and congestion charge zones.
Fair and effective road user charging is needed to achieve overall traffic reductions. Low-traffic neighbourhoods simply move the problem elsewhere
This new report from Green Transport Solutions urges decarbonisation plans to focus on drastically reducing car travel to meet net zero targets.
Car travel needs to fall by between 20 and 27% by 2030 to meet net zero ambitions, according to a new report by Greener Transport Solutions
MPs on the Transport Committee have advised the Government to introduce a 'pay-as-you-drive’ scheme to plug a £35 billion hole in lost vehicle tax.
This Transport for New Homes report has reviewed 20 housing developments across England and has found many "are being designed in every way around the car”.
The Transport Committee has made recommendations from its latest report to introduce road pricing as a new system for vehicle taxation in the UK.
Clare Linton, policy and research advisor at the Urban Transport Group discusses how greening urban freight is key to decarbonising city regions.
This report by Urban Transport Group highlights how freight is vital to the effective functioning of the UK economy.
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.
Royal Mail has trialled new software from Ford in the Manchester area that has helped cut vehicle mileage by a third (33%).
Here Technologies and Yunex Traffic have expanded their partnership to provide proactive traffic management solutions for the urban mobility market.
Birmingham City Council have announced plans for the city to become a low-traffic neighbourhood, as reported in The Guardian.
Motorists exceeding the 50mph speed limits on some of the most polluted roads in Wales could be fined from next Monday (October 4).
The Government should legalise private and shared e-scooters and give Transport for London (TfL) the power to manage shared schemes, says Centre for London.
The report by Centre for London looks at how micromobility vehicles could help to reduce car use, cut carbon emissions, and improve air quality.
Community carsharing app Karshare has announced a £3 million fund to support its expansion plans, including launching in more cities.