Chair of the Transport Select Committee Huw Merriman will give the committee’s take on transport decarbonisation at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Infrastructure, ‘levelling up’ and the environment have been outlined in the Queen’s Speech as the Government’s priorities for the new parliamentary session.
Imperial College London, Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Brompton Bike Hire have partnered to launch a mobility hub at Imperial’s South Kensington campus.
Electric cars and vans should be cheaper to make than petrol or diesel vehicles by 2027, according to new research.
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.
Vehicle manufacturers have pushed back against the Government’s 2030 deadline for the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales by asking for a five year extension.
This report is the culmination of a Network Innovation Allowance funded project overseen by a steering group comprising the UK and Ireland gas network operators.
The Gas Vehicle Network (GVN) has said it is ‘extremely disappointed’ with plans to increase the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) by 2.5% to increase carbon savings on land, air and at sea.
Just 4% of home chargers would need to be shared publicly to bridge a public infrastructure gap for EVs, according to new estimates by Dodona Analytics.
Polestar, the EV specialist brand owned by Swedish carmaker Volvo, is working to offer an emissions free vehicle by changing the way cars are made.
Groupe Renault has joined a new consortium called Software Republique that is aiming to develop new sustainable mobility solutions for cities and citizens.
Leighton Buzzard train station is using a new technology to harness power from commuters’ footsteps by walking on "kinetic-floor tiles".
The DfT has opened consultation on plans to amend the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) to increase carbon savings on land, air and at sea.
Walking has seen a 20% increase across the UK, according to a one year review of travel adaptation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nicola Hogan, sustainability manager at King's College London, explores how London can emerge stronger from the coronavirus pandemic.
This report by CREDS and DecarboN8 looks at how people’s travel patterns have adapted during the coronavirus pandemic and why.
The Government has announced a £30 million investment to help support research into battery technology, the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain and hydrogen vehicles.
The Government has provided £54 million of funding for three projects to develop hydrogen fuel cells for buses and lightweight structures for electric heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
New UK infrastructure bank, based in Leeds, will launch this spring with initial capital of £12 billion, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced in today’s Budget.
Freight monitoring technology has allowed the private sector to increase efficiency through better supply chain management. But the public sector can gain from making more use of available technologies