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.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has boosted its Covid-19 support for bus and tram operators in England by a further £256 million to £700m in total.
The average car trip made in England in 2019 was just 8.4 miles, well below the range of all plug-in vehicles, reveals newly-published data from the Department for Transport.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is currently reviewing the future financial position and structure of Transport for London due to pressure from Covid-19.
The Department for Transport (DfT) will introduce new legislation at the end of this year that will ensure bus operators openly publish data on fares and timetables.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is introducing new regulations to allow rental e-scooter trials to start from July 4 for the next year across towns and cities in the UK.
PACTS, the transport safety advisers to the Government, has said there are ‘few if any public benefits' to the legalisation of e-scooters in the UK and is opposed to trials of the micro mobility solution.
The Department of Transport (DfT) has greenlit millions of pounds of funding for two major highways projects in North East Lincolnshire.