The Government has approved the use of the world’s first digger powered by a hydrogen combustion engine on UK roads.
The Government has announced funding of more than £200 million for a zero-emission road freight demonstrator programme.
The Government and rail industry are cutting the price of more than one million train tickets for journeys made this spring.
Driving Mobility has been allocated a fund of £1.5 million to help expand its HUBs accessible travel information service.
Kent County Council (KCC) has extended its e-scooter trial in Canterbury with micromobility provider Bird until the end of November.
The Department for Transport has launched a consultation on proposals to end the sale of new non-zero emission buses by 2032 "at the very latest".
The Government will extend its Covid-19 funding support for public transport for a further six months with £150 million for bus and light rail operators.
The latest data from the DfT underpins its switch in focus with grant funding to boost access to electric vehicle charging infrastructure for those without off-street parking.
Transport for London has secured a £200m extraordinary funding settlement from the Government that will run until June 24.
The DfT has launched a consultation to better understand the future skills needed to boost diversity, plug skills gap and promote careers across the industry.
The Government has extended its emergency funding for TfL until February 18 as both parties continue talks to reach a future agreement.
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, has said the Government's HS2 strategy is the "wrong plan, both for Greater Manchester and for the North as a whole."
The DfT is pausing the rollout of smart motorways for five years while collecting data on the existing network and investing £900 million to improve safety.
Cllr Louise Gittins, interim chair of Transport for the North, describes the the DfT's Integrated Rail Plan as "woefully inadequate".
The Department for Transport (DfT) has published its new plans that sets out £96 billion of investment in rail across England.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has scrapped plans for the eastern leg of HS2 to Leeds, but is pushing ahead with £96 billion of rail improvements.
On-train concentrations of nitrogen dioxide can be higher than next to major central London roads, according to new research.
Zero-emission flight infrastructure has received £3 million of Government funding for research into electric and hydrogen aircraft.
Transport minister Rachel Maclean has been shown how more than three million pieces of data a day from the West Midland’s road network is helping reduce congestion.
Projects to improve the experience of buying a second-hand EV, increase vehicle range and support charging in rural areas have received £20m in funding.