Majority (87%) of motorists agree that a financial solution to counter fuel tax losses from growing electric vehicle (EV) adoption is needed.
New EV charge points installed at home and in the workplace will be pre-programmed to switch off during peak hours to help ease pressure on the National Grid.
The Government has announced up to 500,000 more HGV driving tests will be made available each year to tackle the worldwide driver shortage.
The Government’s consultation on the proposed CO2 emissions regulatory framework for all newly sold road vehicles in the UK closes on September 22.
The Government have approved £78m investment to electrify rail infrastructure in the north.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is urging government to develop a plan that facilitates the transition to zero emission HGVs.
The Government has extended a consultation to help design streets which improve personal safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
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.
Councils are to benefit from a multi-million-pound initiative to improve traffic light systems to cut congestion and emissions.
This strategy sets out the Government's approach to developing a low carbon hydrogen sector in the UK.
The Government expects hydrogen fuel to play an important role in the decarbonisation of heavy transport by 2030, as outlined in its hydrogen strategy.
The DfT has published guidance aimed at mayoral combined authorities developing proposals for city region sustainable transport settlements.
The Government has published its formal response to the National Infrastructure Commission’s (NIC) 2019 study on the future of freight.
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).
The High Court has ruled that transport secretary ‘acted unlawfully’ when granting permission for a short tunnel through the Stonehenge World Heritage Site (WHS).
Power cuts could be seen in parts of the country, unless charging habits change or the National Grid is strengthened, MPs on the transport committee have warned.
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.