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.
The Welsh Government is set to freeze new road building projects, while a review of highway schemes across Wales is carried out.
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.
New national flexible rail tickets will be available to commuters across England next week.
The G7 have said they will “accelerate the transition away from new sales of diesel and petrol cars to promote the uptake of zero emission vehicles”.
More work needed on plan for it to meet Government’s 2050 net zero and sixth carbon budget requirements, says Transport Minister Rachel Maclean.
Kwasi Kwarteng, secretary of state at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), has been confirmed as keynote speaker at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
The Government has agreed a third funding and finance package for Transport for London (TfL) worth around £1.08 billion.
The Government is facing a “huge challenge” to achieve all new car registrations being zero-emission by 2035, according to Public Accounts Committee report.
This whitepaper by the Department for Transport (DfT) sets out the Government's plan to transform the railways in Great Britain.
Transport Minister Baroness Vere has announced that Swindon is set to benefit from a multimillion-pound road scheme.
The William-Shapps Plan for Rail has been published and is set to integrate railways and deliver passenger-focused travel.
COP26 president Alok Sharma has set out the four goals the UK, as hosts, will be focusing on in the run-up to the UN climate conference.
The Government and the Mayor of London have agreed to extend the current Transport for London (TfL) funding deal.
Infrastructure, ‘levelling up’ and the environment have been outlined in the Queen’s Speech as the Government’s priorities for the new parliamentary session.
The Government is set to publish a ‘landmark’ levelling up white paper, setting out how new policy interventions will "improve opportunity and boost livelihoods".
Self-driving vehicles could be allowed on UK roads by the end of the year, the Government has announced.
Safety improvements to existing smart motorways will be brought forward and no ALR motorway will be open without radar technology to detect stopped vehicles.
This Highways England report sets out the progress it has made against the action plan published in 2020 to boost smart motorway safety.
The Government is to make a legal commitment to cut emissions by 78% by 2035, compared to 1990 levels.