Lauren Pamma, transport programme director, Green Finance Institute
Ahead of the publication of the second National Infrastructure Assessment, we look at the NIC’s strategic priorities leading up to 2050
The National Infrastructure Commission's latest annual review looks at Government progress on infrastructure and makes key recommendations to meet net zero.
The Government is at risk of failing to deliver its plans for net zero unless it picks up the pace with detailed infrastructure policy design, according to the NIC.
Sir John Armitt's speech to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Infrastructure.
The ORR is increasing its scrutiny of future road funding for the strategic road network as plans are drawn up for the third road investment strategy (RIS3).
The Government will establish UKNET – a strategic transport network spanning the UK, as part of recommendations in the final Union Connectivity Review.
Dr Joanne Leach, research fellow, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham, reviews the city's 2031 transport plans.
Humax is to launch its new all-in-one mobility platform that connects car sharing, parking contracts, charging infrastructure and more.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed £5.7 billion of investment to help England’s city regions to boost rail, bus, tram and cycling projects.
Char.gy has launched a 12-month wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging trial in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, with peer-to-peer car sharing platform Hiyacar.
Former CEO of HSBC John Flint has been appointed as the UK Infrastructure Bank’s (UKIB) first permanent chief executive.
The Government has said it will “level up” bus and rail transport infrastructure across the Midlands and the North with £401 million in upgrades.
England’s rail system cost £17.4 billion, including £5.1bn from taxpayers, according to the latest financial overview for 2019-20 from the NAO.
Smart Transport member ABB is launching a new high-power electric vehicle (EV) charger capable of 350kW.
This report examines the current and future state of EV battery supplies – sources of materials, technologies available, demand analysis and potential risks.
Plans to build 80 new electric vehicle (EV) battery factories globally will not be sufficient to meet future demand, according to a new report.
Safety improvements to existing smart motorways will be brought forward and no ALR motorway will be open without radar technology to detect stopped vehicles.
Just 4% of home chargers would need to be shared publicly to bridge a public infrastructure gap for EVs, according to new estimates by Dodona Analytics.
The Welsh government is targeting 45% of all journeys to be made by sustainable means and away from private cars across the country by 2045.