This week's Smart Transport National Conference in Birmingham will host a range of companies pushing the boundaries by offering solutions that support the race to net zero and transport decarbonisation.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed that a zero emissions vehicle (ZEV) mandate, will require more than a fifth (22%) of cars and 10% of vans sold by manufacturers to be electric, will come into force next year.
As the urgency to decarbonise transport intensifies, Keith Dunham, regional lead for local transport in the North of England at AtkinsRéalis, explains why devolution has a vital role to play in our success.
A new Mobility as a Service (MaaS) code of practice launched today will require mobility providers to offer more streamlined journeys for travellers and commuters while ensuring the technology is accessible to all.
How the private and public sectors can work together to transform the UK’s transport network to achieve net zero will be the focus of Smart’s Transport’s two-day national conference taking place in November.