Transport Minister Baroness Vere has announced that Swindon is set to benefit from a multimillion-pound road scheme.
The Government and the Mayor of London have agreed to extend the current Transport for London (TfL) funding deal.
The Government has announced an £18 million investment toward cycle training for children and families.
The Government has announced a £30 million investment to help support research into battery technology, the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain and hydrogen vehicles.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has launched a multi-million scheme to enable local transport authorities to roll out zero-emission buses across England.
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The Government has provided £54 million of funding for three projects to develop hydrogen fuel cells for buses and lightweight structures for electric heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
The Government will provide £3 million of funding to kickstart the launch of a hydrogen transport hub in Tees Valley.
The Government has launched a £3 billion national bus strategy for England, which includes a move to franchising, ticketing reform, and hundreds of miles of new bus lanes.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has committed to boosting transport connections between the UK's four nations, with an initial £20 million to kick-start projects.
The Government has announced a £20 million research and development competition to find solutions to the challenges associated with electric vehicle uptake.
Urban Transport Group is urging further support and guaranteed revenue funding from the Government ahead of the Budget.
Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris has announced a new £9 million competition to find cutting-edge ideas set to transform the future of the railways.
The Welsh Government has unveiled a £55 million funding package for councils to encourage people to take up healthier travel for short local journeys.
The On-Street Residential Grant Scheme will continue in 2021/22, with £20 million available for local authorities, the Government has announced.
Out of sight meant out of mind when it came to solving the transport problems experienced by non-urban residents, but the focus is shifting, says Beate Kubitz
The Department for Transport (DfT) is investing £794 million to reopen two rail routes closed more than 50 years ago.
The Scottish Government has launched the second and final round of its Mobility as a Service (Maas) Investment Fund, with £1 million available.
Local transport hubs in the Portsmouth city region will receive almost £56 million in Government funding.
Norwich has been granted £32 million in Government funding to overhaul its local transport links and change how residents use and access the city.