Over half of all councils across the UK received no funding for EV charging infrastructure this year, according to a Freedom of Information request.
This Devicepilot report uses Freedom of Information data to find out how much support government is giving to local councils to install EV charging points.
TfL and the Government have reached a funding agreement forecast to be worth £1.8bn to help secure services during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has backed a new four year research project aimed at reducing UK transport carbon by 90%.
Paul Clifton looks at the prospects for the UK’s rail industry
Highways England is starting work on a £51 million upgrade to the A19 six months ahead of schedule.
High Speed Two (HS2) has launched a public consultation on plans for its western leg between Crewe and Manchester and links with Northern Powerhouse Rail (NPR).
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has launched an independent road and rail review that will look at improving transport infrastructure across the UK.
The UK’s first hydrogen-powered train is running on the mainline today, with plans to retrofit the technology to current trains from 2023.
Garden communities should be self-sufficient and based around sustainable transport modes. But are they heading in the wrong direction? asks Jenny Raggett
Local transport hubs in the Portsmouth city region will receive almost £56 million in Government funding.
Tesco, Dixons Carphone, E.On, Heathrow, Lime and SSE have joined the calls for Government to bring forward the new petrol and diesel vehicle ban to 2030.
Alok Sharma, COP26 President and Secretary of State for BEIS, has called for the world to “up its ambition” to tackle climate change ahead of COP26.
Major UK city transport authorities are urging the Government for more funding and powers to help rebuild after Covid-19.
Road building plans face a ‘perfect storm’ of challenges. It’s time to consider whether the money would be better spent elsewhere, says Lisa Hopkinson
Innovative transport start-ups with a focus on decarbonisation or Covid-19 recovery can bid for a share of over £1 million in DfT funding.
The Government is working on a hydrogen strategy, to be published next year, which will “deliver a world leading hydrogen market”, a top civil servant has said.
The Government has announced it is considering a series of measures to accelerate electric vehicle (EV) uptake.
Echion Technologies, which has made a breakthrough in electric vehicle (EV) battery components, is among the recipients of £12 million Government funding.
Stephen Joseph says many matters still need to be resolved, but ‘some of the directions of travel for transport are becoming clearer’.