Coronavirus has brought Britain’s neglected and under-invested transport system to its knees, but could it also become a catalyst for building back better?
Transport for London (TfL) is urging passengers to walk and cycle to try and ease the numbers returning to public transport as the second lockdown lifts today.
ViaVan has launched an on-demand public transport service called Pikmi in partnership with the Zurich Transport Authority (VBZ).
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.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is set to increase its Metrolink tram capacity by 15% to help provide more space for social distancing.
Nick Tebbutt, Horiba Mira head of global strategic sales, future gazes as to how the evolving post-coronavirus industry landscape may look slightly different.
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.
TfL and the Government have reached a funding agreement forecast to be worth £1.8bn to help secure services during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Transport for London (TfL) is installing over 200 ultraviolet light sanitising devices on 110 escalators on the London Underground network.
In the face of dramatic falls in passenger numbers the Welsh government has decided to bring the Wales and Borders rail franchise under public control.
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 Department for Transport study has shown that of those that walked or cycled more during the Covid-19 lockdown, 94% are likely to continue.
Transport for London (TfL) has said it is stepping up enforcement measures to make sure passengers on public transport are wearing a face covering.
The majority of passengers in the UK are concerned about using trains and buses due to Covid-19, according to new data from the DfT.
The reduction in car use and public transport during lockdown has encouraged councils to consider reallocation of road space to cycling, walking and other uses
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has issued a stark warning that London’s economy will stall without appropriate Government funding for TfL.
The legacy of lockdown could promote a place-making revolution in urban planning. Mark Sutcliffe investigates the 15-minute city model
The DfT and key stakeholders from the freight industry will discuss how they are meeting the dual challenges of decarbonisation and Covid-19 at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Nearly two thirds of (65%) respondents to an Alphabet GB study said they expect their travel patterns to be permanently changed as a result of Covid-19.