Non-residents of Greater London could be charged to drive into the city region if the Government does not agree to give the capital £500 million from vehicle excise duty (VED).
The Welsh Transport Commission has suggested using additional rail stations, rapid bus routes and cycle corridors as an alternative to the axed plans for an M4 motorway extension.
The South East Wales Transport Commission report is calling for an infrastructure package that focusses on rail, buses and active travel to help cut congestion.
This UK Noise Association report looks at how the transport industry can deliver on the three ‘E’s: equity, the environment and the economy.
C40 Cities has put together a guide to launching a green bank to fund a sustainable recovery from Covid-19.
TfGM has partnered with Vivacity Labs to roll out AI-controlled smart traffic junctions to help boost active travel in the region.
TfGM is looking for businesses to give their views on proposals to use £150 million in funding to help fleets across the region switch to cleaner vehicles.
For the first time since 2002, fewer than half of drivers (43%) say they would use their cars less even if public transport was improved, according to the RAC.
Investing COVID stimulus funds in green solutions would deliver a much faster economic recovery, according to new research released by a group of global mayors.
Almost two thirds of UK citizens would limit car journeys at certain times in order to improve urban air quality, according to a survey by Kapsch TrafficCom.
Oxfordshire-based Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) has revealed plans for an ultra-lightweight taxi bike.
UK cities must adapt to accelerated change brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic like greener travel and remote working, according to a survey of UK businesses.
A new toolkit curated by the National Infrastructure Commission is offering advice to cities on developing local transport infrastructure strategies.
The National Infrastructure Commission has published its development toolkit offering advice to cities on developing local strategies.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has launched an independent road and rail review that will look at improving transport infrastructure across the UK.
Norwich has been granted £32 million in Government funding to overhaul its local transport links and change how residents use and access the city.
The car’s dominance of our streets may be coming to an end if campaigners are successful, reports Emma Griffin, co-founder of Action Vision Zero
AppyWay, the kerbside management and smart parking technology company, has launched its £20 million series B funding round to help support its growth ambitions.
Transport for London (TfL) is urging Londoners to go car free on September 22 as part of its plans to boost awareness for improving air quality in the capital.
Highways England is planning to invest £27.4 billion in the strategic road network across the country over the next five years.