Trudy Harrison has been appointed parliamentary under-secretary of state at the Department for Transport (DfT) as Rachel Maclean moves to the Home Office.
The Government has announced up to 500,000 more HGV driving tests will be made available each year to tackle the worldwide driver shortage.
E10 fuel – a blend of petrol and 10% renewable ethanol – is available from petrol stations from today (September 1).
Highways England will change its name to National Highways, with Nick Harris confirmed as the new chief executive.
Longer lorries could be rolled out onto UK roads from as early as 2022, the Government has announced today (August 24).
Four projects aiming to find solutions to decarbonise commercial transport and tackle EV range anxiety have received a share of £91.7 million funding.
The availability of public electric vehicle (EV) charge points increased by 1,584 from April to June – up 7% on the previous quarter (January to March 2021).
Councils are to benefit from a multi-million-pound initiative to improve traffic light systems to cut congestion and emissions.
The DfT has published guidance aimed at mayoral combined authorities developing proposals for city region sustainable transport settlements.
Ninety-three per cent of businesses replaced domestic business trips with virtual meetings during the pandemic, new Department for Transport (DfT) research shows.
The Department for Transport is reviewing the role, governance and funding arrangements of the traffic commissioner function.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points in the UK could be set to become as recognisable as the red post box and black cab from 2022.
A consultation has been launched to grant mayors and their combined authorities greater decision-making powers and accountability for Key Route Networks (KRNs).
Report by the Department for Transport (DfT) reviewing the walking and cycling plan for England, Gear Change, a year after publication, July 2020.
A new version of The Highway Code will be published in the autumn, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
A package of measures to help tackle the heavy goods vehicle (HGV) driver shortage has been announced by the Government.
Light rail operators have been granted up to £56 million in government funding to help run services as coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions are lifted.
A £226.5 million funding package has been announced by roads minister Baroness Vere to help improve bus services as Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
Standards are to be developed for electric vehicle (EV) charge points across the UK, allowing disabled drivers to identify models best suited to their needs.
Zero-emission flight infrastructure has received £3 million of Government funding for research into electric and hydrogen aircraft.