Smart Transport chairman Stephen Joseph reflects on the ways in which Covid-19 has impacted transport and which changes he expects to become more permanent
Covid-19 has offered the best chance to reshape the transport landscape since World War II but how will we seize this once in a generation opportunity?
On-demand mobility company ViaVan and Sutton Council have partnered to launch a delivery platform to supply emergency food to over 1,000 vulnerable residents in the London borough of Sutton.
Leeds City Council is allowing taxi and private hire drivers to install temporary safety screens in vehicles in response to the Covid-19 emergency.
Leicester City Council has published a new document setting out how its transport system can best meet the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sam Ryan, co-founder of bus sharing business Zeelo, believes now is the time for public transport to reinvent itself.
A study by a team of international academics says that the Covid-19 crisis could mark a turning point in progress on climate change.
Transport Scotland has shared statistics to show that traffic levels have spiked by as much as 70% over the weekend as lockdown measures have started to ease.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Air Pollution has called for an accelreated roll out of electric vehicle infrastructure and for emissions zones to be extended to help tackle climate change as the coronavirus lockdown starts to lift.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that London's buses have begun returning to front-door boarding, with customers required to touch in with Oyster, contactless and concessionary cards.
Dublin City Council has published a comprehensive Covid-19 recovery plan with a raft of new public transport and active travel measures.
The Covid-19 crisis has offered the best chance to reshape the transport landscape since World War II. Here's how some cities are embracing the challenge
The pandemic has prompted some areas to quickly rethink their travel needs
The effects of Covid-19 are already echoing around the world, and neither the automotive nor the connected and automated mobility (CAM) ecosystems are immune.
A mental health consultancy is advising companies to carefully consider the hidden costs of commuting before asking staff to return to the office.
A project aiming to revolutionise the way energy is generated, stored, shared and consumed is under way in West Sussex.
HORIBA MIRA has converted its engineering and test facilities to be ‘COVID-Secure’ in just three weeks.
A coordinated effort across Train Operating Companies and local transport operators has increased services – but overall capacity remains constrained.
New research from Hitachi Capital UK has found a majority of employees want to make radical changes to the way they work once the lockdown lifts.
The Department for Transport has issued detailed advice on how to stay safe while travelling during the coronavirus outbreak.