The legacy of lockdown could promote a place-making revolution in urban planning. Mark Sutcliffe investigates the 15-minute city model
If fewer people travel to city centres for their work, are urban and transport plans likely to go into sharp reverse? asks Mark Smulian
Ninety-three per cent of businesses replaced domestic business trips with virtual meetings during the pandemic, new Department for Transport (DfT) research shows.
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Light rail operators have been granted up to £56 million in government funding to help run services as coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions are lifted.
Passengers will still need to wear face coverings on London's Tube, bus, tram, DLR, Overground and TfL Rail when Covid-19 restrictions are lifted on July 19.
The Government has recommended face coverings be worn on public transport when coronavirus restrictions are lifted on July 19.
A new partnership has been formed to help reduce the environmental impact of commuter emissions.
A new air quality management partnership has been announced today (June 29) to help support public transport’s recovery from Covid-19.
Road deaths in the UK dropped for the first time in eight years during 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, which saw a reduction in traffic levels.
The second day of the Virtual Smart Transport Conference starts shortly, with a keynote speech from transport minister Rachel Maclean.
The first day of the Virtual Smart Transport Conference starts soon, with 30-plus speakers across the two days, discussing decarbonisation, Covid-19 and more.
CBT advisor Norman Baker will discuss the measures the organisation believes are needed to get more people back on public transport at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
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
Infrastructure, ‘levelling up’ and the environment have been outlined in the Queen’s Speech as the Government’s priorities for the new parliamentary session.
The Government is set to publish a ‘landmark’ levelling up white paper, setting out how new policy interventions will "improve opportunity and boost livelihoods".
England’s rail system cost £17.4 billion, including £5.1bn from taxpayers, according to the latest financial overview for 2019-20 from the NAO.
An in-built ventilation system on Manchester's Metrolink trams circulates fresh air, helping to limit the risk of aerosol transmission of viruses, a study has found.
Almost half (47%) of respondents to a Greater Manchester Covid-19 recovery survey want to keep walking and cycling more often, when the pandemic is over.
Walking has seen a 20% increase across the UK, according to a one year review of travel adaptation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.