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.
Enterprise Car Club is introducing new low-emission hybrid electric cars in the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland.
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A consortium of Volkswagen Group, Attestor Limited and Pon Holdings B.V. have launched a $3.4 billion (£2.4bn) takeover of Europcar.
While predictions of the death of the city centre office may be premature, seismic shifts in where, when and how frequently we travel to work are underway
Active travel comes to fore ahead of car travel
Enterprise has been selected as the car rental partner for the GO-HI mobility as a service (MaaS) project in the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland.
Two-thirds (66%) of personal vehicle owners and eight in ten (82%) lessees are willing to give up their vehicles in favour of mobility as a service (MaaS), over the next 10 years.
The latest Virtual Smart Transport Conference will examine the best ways to ensure rural communities are not left behind by new transport policies and technologies.
A planning application for an urban mobility hub in Ancoats, Manchester has been submitted on behalf of Manchester City Council.
Scotland’s transport minister Graeme Dey has confirmed more than £1.2 million is being provided to support active travel.
It may be a little while before the outcomes and impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are fully known, but there is little doubt that it has presented planners with an unprecedented opportunity to make substantial changes in one fell swoop
A focus on shared transport is 'crucial' to help London meet its net-zero ambitions and should be a priority for the next London Mayor, CoMoUK has said.
This document sets out CoMoUK’s asks for the next London Mayoral and Assembly terms to help create a greener, fairer and healthier city.
Groupe Renault has joined a new consortium called Software Republique that is aiming to develop new sustainable mobility solutions for cities and citizens.
CoMoUK has revealed the results of its fifth annual bike share reports including Britain and Scotland.
This report by CoMoUK reveals the latest evidence on the impact of shared bikes for Scotland.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has set up a pilot scheme in Coventry offering drivers £3,000 worth of mobility credits to scrap older, high emission cars.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to upend transport patterns worldwide, its lasting legacy presents a number of critical challenges for UK mobility, writes Chris Reeves