Omnibus is launching new technology that will help bus operators share more data about their services with the public.
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.
Did transport planning receive a major setback during the pandemic, or has it helped to provide some much-needed catalysts for change? asks David Fowler
Ridership on the London Underground in July was still 70% below normal levels, while bus use was down by 51%, according to data from Centre for London.
Crossrail has been delayed again to summer 2022 and costs are expected to have increased by an additional £1.1 billion.
The High Speed Rail Group has launched a new report calling on the Government to commit to decarbonising the UK's railways by 2040.
Mayor for the West Midlands Andy Street is calling on the Government to grant more powers so the region has more control over its regional transport.
Public transport passenger volumes are still struggling to recover due to Covid-19, according to the latest traffic figures released by the DfT.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has boosted its Covid-19 support for bus and tram operators in England by a further £256 million to £700m in total.
Abellio has committed to continue working with 21st Century Fleet Systems, a Journeo company, for a further three years following the renewal of a framework agreement.
Given the critical importance of public transport in enabling accessible, equitable, and sustainable cities, AECOM’s Veronica Siranosian and Joe Seymour say proactive action is needed to support its long-term resiliency.
Transport for London has set out its renewable energy requirements as part of its ambition for a zero-carbon railway by 2030.
Warrington’s Own Buses is installing AirLabs’ AirBubbl air cleaning devices in all 86 of its operational fleet to decrease risk of driver exposure to Covid-19.
Shotl, the on-demand transport technology company, has launched its new LetsBus app to manage bus network capacity.
Independent watchdog Transport Focus has written to the Secretary of State for Transport calling for rail fares reform.
The Urban Transport Group has expanded its reach after Transport for Wales became its latest member, joining its 13-strong network of transport authorities.
A little more than 100 miles of track will be electrified: as it is the central part of a plan to rejuvenate the Valley Lines around Cardiff.
UK100, a network of local government leaders, has launched its Countryside Climate Network, with the aim of influencing national policy to reflect the needs of countryside councils.
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.