The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed it will set out the future for smart motorways this summer.
Study researching the benefits and issues of creating of a multi-modal hydrogen transport hub within the UK and specifically the Tees Valley area.
The Government will provide £3 million of funding to kickstart the launch of a hydrogen transport hub in Tees Valley.
The Department for Transport will open a second headquarters in Birmingham and a ‘northern hub’ in Leeds, creating an initial 650 roles in the cities by 2025.
A new report put together for the DfT has shown there is a long-term desire for remote working and low levels of interest for previous commuting routines.
The NAO has said that while the Government has made progress with EV adoption, there is “a long way to go” to achieve its carbon reduction ambitions.
This new report, on behalf of the Department for Transport (DfT), tracks changes in travel behaviour surveying over 4,000 respondents across the UK.
The sales of internal combustion engine (ICE) petrol and diesel cars could be limited ahead of the Government’s planned 2030 ban.
The DfT will provide cash refunds for all domestic rail and coach tickets that the public may have booked for the previous Christmas travel window.
The Department of Transport has updated its latest transport statistics for Great Britain.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has put a £3 million support package together to help coach operators provide additional services over the Christmas period.
This DfT comissioned report provides insight into the main areas of risk and opportunity that future transport could present for different sections of society.
The Government has confirmed it will bring forward the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales to 2030.
The majority of passengers in the UK are concerned about using trains and buses due to Covid-19, according to new data from the DfT.
Transport for the East Midlands (TfEM) will have more of a formal voice in managing rail services in the region following a multi-year agreement with the DfT.
Nearly half of passengers in England would be concerned for their safety when using ride sharing services, according to a DfT survey.
The Government will invest £360 million in road and railway projects to help ‘build back better’ from Covid-19, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has launched an ‘Acceleration Unit’, made up of a team of specialists, to tackle delays to transport infrastructure projects.
The DfT is looking for industry feedback to help determine whether car manufacturers should be held liable for the safety of automated lane keeping systems.
Public transport passenger volumes are still struggling to recover due to Covid-19, according to the latest traffic figures released by the DfT.