Scotland is set to introduce European-style mobility hubs, which bring various forms of transport together in one place.
The UK is 'highly unlikely' to reach 2050 net zero target without integrated transport and land use planning, says the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).
Transport for London (TfL) has launched an online dashboard to enable people to more easily access and interpret London’s road collision data.
University researcher urges the Department for Transport to record and publish summaries showing the number of casualties according
to the make and model of the vehicles involved
A new toolkit curated by the National Infrastructure Commission is offering advice to cities on developing local transport infrastructure strategies.
The National Infrastructure Commission has published its development toolkit offering advice to cities on developing local strategies.
The car’s dominance of our streets may be coming to an end if campaigners are successful, reports Emma Griffin, co-founder of Action Vision Zero
Vianova's report looks at the key issues that need to be considered by city authorities, micro-mobility operators, civic partners and local residents for adopting shared micro-mobility solutions.
COP 26 President Alok Sharma's keynote address at 'Resilience in light of COVID: Climate Action on the Road to COP26', a London Climate Action Week event focussed on climate resilience.
The recent speech by Prime Minister Boris Johnson putting jobs and infrastructure at the centre of the economic growth strategy is welcome. But the challenge faced by industry is less about his stricture to build and more about action.
Collaboration will be key as cities plot a more sustainable future, says Trevor Hoyle, senior vice president of ground operations at FedEx Express Europe.
Learnings from the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown can help us to design and build more liveable cities, says Dr James Beard.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has launched a search for a service provider to deliver the Greater Manchester Bike Hire scheme.
With the world in lockdown, air pollution levels have plummeted. Duncan Urquhart examines the wider implications for the prediction of transport trends.
South Yorkshire is to be granted devolved powers for transport in the coming weeks after a deal across the region has now been agreed.
Bus passenger numbers have been falling for decades, but not everywhere – and the humble bus still accounts for 58% of all public transport journeys.
Buses are a simple, affordable, proven way of allowing really dense use of city centres, which is economically powerful.
I was convinced that this year would be dominated by c for carbon and the journey towards net zero. However, c for Covid-19 has has prompted a huge amount of change.
Stephen Joseph says decision-makers must take care to ensure the technologies they introduce will contribute to, rather than undermine, policies
Stephen Joseph is keeping a watchful eye on how our politicians will tackle transport issues – and whether they can keep their promises