The Scottish Government has launched the second and final round of its Mobility as a Service (Maas) Investment Fund, with £1 million available.
Coventry and Oxford could be awarded up to £50 million each to switch their entire bus fleets to electric by 2025.
The Government has published a new Energy White Paper that sets out its transition to greener energy production to power the future of transport and the UK.
Active travel – cycling and walking – has been brought to the forefront by the pandemic. Now there's the need to build on the progress made during lockdown
The Government has published the findings from its review of the Green Book, which sets out how decisions on major UK investment programmes are appraised.
The Government has pushed back its transport decarbonisation plan, which was due to be published before the end of the year, until spring 2021.
Stoke-on-Trent will get £29m from the Government's Transforming Cities Fund to help improve train stations, active travel and the city’s central bus station.
This DfT commissioned report looks at barriers for using shared mobility, factors driving demand and the potential impacts on traditional modes of transport.
This DfT comissioned report provides insight into the main areas of risk and opportunity that future transport could present for different sections of society.
When studying CO2 emissions there is a tendency to focus on our urban environments, but Stephen Joseph urges policymakers to go further afield
The Government has published responses to the Future of Transport Regulatory Review, which found “widespread support” for legalising micromobility vehicles.
Drone deliveries, digital mapping, apps and e-bikes are all being considered to improve transport connectivity in rural areas.
Riding Sunbeams has been awarded a £2.5 million grant to build and connect a solar powered energy plant that will directly power rail in East Sussex.
The Welsh government has said any transport review should be used as an opportunity to “put right” the UK government’s neglect of Welsh railways.
The Government has confirmed it will bring forward the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicle sales to 2030.
The Government is poised to bring forward the ban on new diesel and petrol cars and vans from 2040 to 2030, according to media sources.
The Government is giving councils across England access to £175 million for cycling and walking measures provided the schemes are ‘properly consulted on’.
The Government is investing £60 million in the A361, a key road linking Devon with the rest of the UK, with work expected to start this month.
The Government is proposing longer goods vehicles are permanently allowed on Britain's roads and also wants to trial heavier HGVs to reduce emissions.
Over half of all councils across the UK received no funding for EV charging infrastructure this year, according to a Freedom of Information request.