The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us flexible working 'works' but what does this mean for our cities in the longer term?
This report from Transport Focus reveals results of its travel during Covid-19 survey, in its 39th week.
The virtual National Rail Recovery Conference, which took place last month, gave an insight into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and reform of the sector.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has launched a multi-million scheme to enable local transport authorities to roll out zero-emission buses across England.
Greater Manchester’s Mayor, Andy Burnham, has made the decision to take local control over buses as part of plans for an integrated transport network.
Metrolink has brought 'major benefits' to communities, clean air and congestion, according to a report by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).
West Midlands 5G (WM5G) has developed a 5G-connected tram as part of a regional transport trial.
The Government has provided £54 million of funding for three projects to develop hydrogen fuel cells for buses and lightweight structures for electric heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
The Government has announced an additional £33 million of coronavirus funding to support light rail and tram operators in the Midlands and the north of England.
The number of transport and logistics workers joining the furlough scheme increased by 18%, or 28,200 employees, between December and January.
To address its green agenda, the Government wants drivers to go electric, but that will leave a big hole in fuel duty income, says Mark Smulian
Arrival will begin trials of its battery-electric bus with First Bus on public roads this autumn.
A cycleway alongside HS2 was part of the vision for the project, and would deliver health, congestion and economic benefits of between £3 and £8 per £1 spent.
Transport for London (TfL) declares “major milestone” in tackling air pollution as London's 9,000 buses all now meet, or exceed, Euro VI emissions standard.
Coventry and Oxford could be awarded up to £50 million each to switch their entire bus fleets to electric by 2025.
Inadequate transport provision always seems to hit those in poverty the hardest. It is time to re-evaluate our priorities, asks Laura Laker
Buses need to get passengers back on board. But it is proving to be a case of easier said than done, reports Beate Kubitz
An alliance of active travel, public transport and shared mobility groups are calling for the rapid reduction of private car use to help tackle air pollution.
London has been named as the third best rated city in Europe for its sustainable transport, according to new research from Uswitch.com.
The final report from the National Infrastructure Commission sets out options to transform rail in the Midlands and the North.