Department for Transport concedes ‘Bus Back Better’ funding has been cut by the pandemic grants
Consideration of the Four As will help determine a mode’s suitability
Leicester City Council has launched a new phone app to strengthen sustainable and active travel in the region.
Future mobility options such as e-bikes and MaaS must be accessible and affordable to as many different people as possible to fulfil its true potential.
Shared mobility will play a major role in achieving environmental targets. It will also help to ‘level up’ transport options for the disadvantaged
Smart Transport will host a webinar on March 9 offering insight into the role of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in the UK’s future transport and travel system
This report from the McKinsey Centre for Future Mobility looks at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and changes in consumer preferences, technology and regulation.
The McKinsey Centre for Future Mobility has said the industry must learn how to navigate the “next normal” as it recovers from the impact of Covid-19.
Japanese tech-giant Sony has created a new Mobility division and revealed further details for its electric vehicle plans.
Hyundai has unveiled its transport vision of the future with the ambition to combine robotics and virtual reality with mobility services.
Arrival has worked with Uber to create its first prototype electric car which it has been designed for the ride-hailing industry.
Stuart Delivery, the tech logistics company, has partnered with Vok Bikes to launch an on-demand e-cargo bike solution.
Transport Minister Trudy Harrison has said shared mobility must become “the norm” across the UK as she outlined support for a system “fit for the future”.
Ben Lawson, vice president mobility for Europe at Enterprise, looks at the relationship between smarter transport and the resurgent issue of grey fleet.
British start-up Imperium Drive has started its Fetch trial in Milton Keynes that will see remote-controlled driverless vehicles used as a car-hailing service.
WorldAutoSteel and engineering partner Ricardo have revealed their new Mobility as a Service autonomous vehicle concept called the Steel E-Motive.
Solent Transport has awarded a £2.4 million contract to a consortium of suppliers to create the UK’s first multi-city Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solution.
National car club Co Wheels has released its social impact report highlighting its influence on environmental, social, and business factors in the UK.
The Go-Hi mobility app has attracted new funding from the Scottish Government, for its expansion.
The report outlines Go-Ahead and Arup's vision for how future mobility hubs can be developed for different contexts within the UK.