Northern rail is entering a new era of focus on collaboration, sustainability and accessibility, according to Transport for the North (TfN).
First Hydrogen has appointed Steve Gill as a director and as chief executive to lead its UK automotive division.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has started development of the third Road Investment Strategy and is asking for feedback to develop its strategic objectives.
The UK government is facing a legal challenge from Friends of the Earth and Client Earth over what they claim is a failure to tackle climate change.
More than than three-quarters (76%) of people support stronger EU air pollution rules for carmakers to make vehicles as clean as possible, a new YouGov survey shows.
This Element Energy report, comissioned by the Mayor of London, sets out proposals for how the capital can reach net zero by 2030.
To reach its target of ‘commute zero’, the Government wants companies to decarbonise the commute by encouraging their employees to switch to public transport or active travel.
Leicester City Council is consulting on the introduction of a workplace parking levy that would help fund a “radical overhaul” of its active travel schemes.
How to collaboratively accelerate action and make net zero transport a reality - inspired by lessons from Denmark, recently ranked the world’s greenest country.
TfN has set out its Major Roads strategy that states policy measures to reduce car travel and the future investment needed to make roads less carbon intensive.
This Major Roads Report from Transport for the North sets out the scale of the challenge as it looks to enhance safety and reduce environmental impact.
Transport and planning have not been the easiest of bedfellows, but the drive towards net-zero heralds a new era for both.
The Government views the development of hydrogen as an intrinsic element of its goal to achieve net zero, but it isn’t the only possible solution.
CNG Fuels has opened Scotland’s first biomethane refuelling station to serve alternative fuel lorries between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Plans and goals are laudable and well intentioned, but who is going to stump up the considerable sums needed?
The eye-watering bill for the UK to reach carbon net zero by 2050 - forecast to be £1.4 trillion for the nation as a whole - will be dwarfed by the cost of failing to limit global warming.
Tevva has successfully raised £42 million in investment to rapidly scale up production in London of its new 7.5-tonne electric truck.
Giles Clifford, rail, transport and infrastructure partner at the law firm, reflects on the COP26 Transport Day.
Electric car manufacturer Polestar has called for “radical change” in the car industry to accelerate decarbonisation.
This Green Finance Institute report sets out the urgent need for £150bn of finance to flow into the electric vehicle and charging infrastructure sector.