The Department for Transport (DfT) has put a £3 million support package together to help coach operators provide additional services over the Christmas period.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded up to £50,000 each to 15 rail scheme projects in a bid to reconnect areas in rural England.
The DfT has ended rail franchising after 24 years as it looks to deliver a “simpler, more effective model” to reform the UK’s railways.
Transport for the East Midlands (TfEM) will have more of a formal voice in managing rail services in the region following a multi-year agreement with the DfT.
The Government has given the go-ahead for pure electric vehicles (EVs) to be identified by a green number plate starting from an as yet unconfirmed date this autumn.
Face coverings are now compulsory on all forms of public transport as of today (June 15).
A new report from the Centre for Policy Studies, a centre-right think tank, is urging Government to make sure sufficient progress is made to convert the UK heavy truck industry to hydrogen fuel.
The Department for Transport has released a further £283 million to urgently increase the number of bus and light rail services to allow people to travel safely.
The Government has stepped in to provide nearly £400 million of emergency funding to keep England’s buses running.
Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport, has said the scale of the challenge for decarbonising transport in the UK requires a step change in scale and ambition to reach net zero by 2050.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps has announced that normal rail franchise agreements will be suspended for six months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
New Government proposals could crackdown on vehicles parking on the kerbside as part of a consultation to improve pedestrian safety for parents and disabled people.
The Government has called for new evidence on UK transport laws and launched a £90 million technology trial to boost smart transport initiatives in four areas.