There were 484 casualties in accidents involving e-scooters in Great Britain last year, including one fatality, the Department for Transport (DfT) estimates.
Industry body wants to see the UK Government reduce legal limits for pollutants, following the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) new limits.
The Government should legalise private and shared e-scooters and give Transport for London (TfL) the power to manage shared schemes, says Centre for London.
The report by Centre for London looks at how micromobility vehicles could help to reduce car use, cut carbon emissions, and improve air quality.
The report outlines Go-Ahead and Arup's vision for how future mobility hubs can be developed for different contexts within the UK.
Public transport operator, Go-Ahead Group, has partnered with engineering and consulting firm, Arup, to create a blueprint for sustainable transport hubs.
An electric bike loan scheme for residents is being rolled out in five locations across Wales, backed by £1 million of funding from the Welsh Government.
Customers can book Brompton bikes online and collect them from Enterprise’s Russell Square branch in central London in a new pilot scheme.
Shared transport charity CoMoUK has appointed architect Mark Dowey senior development officer for Scotland to support the promotion of mobility hubs.
TfGM is set to launch a digital platform enabling businesses and commercial vehicle operators to apply for government support to buy low emission vehicles.
Greater Manchester has begun installing cameras and signage ahead of the launch of its clean air zone (CAZ) in May 2022.
Manchester is launching a £120 million fund in November to help people switch to cleaner vehicles ahead of introducing its clean air zone (CAZ) next year.
More than three million children across England are going to schools in areas exceeding World Health Organization (WHO) pollution limits, new research finds.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has awarded a contract to Vivacity Labs to install 100 sensors across the region to monitor cycling and walking schemes.
The promise of low-carbon freight report looks at the benefits of electric cargo (e-cargo) bikes in London.
Electric cargo (e-cargo) bikes can deliver goods about 60% faster than vans in London, according to new research.
Prioritising 'left behind' communities, tackling inequalities and accelerating carbon reduction all part of new transport strategy across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The Department for Transport (DfT) and Energy Saving Trust have launched a new £400,000 funding round to help small businesses invest in electric cargo bikes.
London's rental e-scooter trial has expanded to Westminster, with the number of e-scooters involved in the trial set to rise to 2,700 in the next few weeks.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has published a green paper to drive engagement on what its new local transport plan (LTP) should look like.