Transport for London (TfL) has announced plans to exclude cars from central London and increase the Congestion Charge.
Taking Stock Of COVID-19' report from ABI Research explores the short and long-term impacts of COVID-19 for smart cities and autonomous technology.
There is no single measure that would boost confidence in people returning to public transport, according to a major poll of Londoners.
A survey of Addison Lee clients reveals that 80% will review policies around how employees get to and from work, with 90% citing safety as their priority.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has asked Londoners to rethink the way they travel and urged them to wear masks when using public transport.
Face masks will become the norm for passengers and staff as a consensus in protecting public health emerges among operators and transport authorities.
Mayors of cities around the world have united to issue a call for a healthy, equitable and sustainable economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social distancing, sanitisation and face masks are the three crucial safety conditions that will help to encourage people back to public transport once the lockdown is over.
The Government has brought forward plans to invest heavily in walking and cycling, to relieve the pressure on public transport.
A survey of Rail Freight Group (RFG) members highlights challenges facing rail freight sector – but offers hope recovery may not be as protracted as feared.
Transport for the West Midlands offers prizes to encourage residents to participate in survey into public transport priorities after the lockdown.
Zeelo is using advance booking technology to provide safe, socially distanced bus journeys services to protect passengers and help with contact tracing.
TfL has furloughed 7,000 staff for three weeks as a result of falling passenger numbers by 95% due to the coronavirus.
Nearly half of UK public transport users (48%) said they would be less likely to use it once lockdown restrictions have been lifted, according to new research by Auto Trader.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has told the BBC that Transport for London (TfL) faces not being able to pay staff and must consider more cuts to services if the Government doesn't step in with financial support before May.
Bus drivers and train conductors are among frontline transport staff now being tested for coronavirus in the West Midlands.
US credit rating agency Fitch has said coronavirus lockdown measures across the world are likely to severely disrupt electric vehicle supply chains.
Mayors around the world are collaborating on a recovery plan from the COVID-19 pandemic as part of a newly launched task force.
Trainline, the digital rail and coach ticketing platform, has put emergency mitigation policies in place due to falling passenger numbers as a result of COVID-19.
Merseyrail has introduced free travel from April 10 for NHS staff across the Liverpool City Region.