The outcome of the Department for Transport's consultation on micromobility vehicles, flexible bus services and Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
The Government has published responses to the Future of Transport Regulatory Review, which found “widespread support” for legalising micromobility vehicles.
Steve Jones, LeasePlan UK future fleet solutions director examines some of the different solutions emerging that will transform personal mobility.
Nick Tebbutt, Horiba Mira head of global strategic sales, future gazes as to how the evolving post-coronavirus industry landscape may look slightly different.
Toyota’s Kinto mobility division will use Fleetondemand’s Mobilleo platform to power its new multi-modal services in the UK.
The private sector needs to work together, rather than in silos in order to help Mobility as a Service (MaaS) take off in the UK, according to Enterprise.
Andy Burnham, Mayor for Greater Manchester Combined Authority, said the Covid-19 pandemic won't hold back the region's transport ambitions.
Transport for West Midlands is urging the Government to help fund a £20 million ‘tap and cap’ smart ticketing system similar to London’s Oyster.
Public sector delegates at the Virtual Transport Conference will gain valuable insight that will help deliver outcomes for future national and local policy.
Fare reform and developing trust with how customer data is shared will all be essential for progress with MaaS in the UK, according to Worldline.
Cordic, the taxi and private hire technology developer, has created a new driver app it hopes will help the sector take on ride-hailing companies like Uber.
Lynk & Co, a new plug-in car brand, has vowed to "change mobility forever" with its new shareable 01 SUV and mobility membership concept.
Worldline has entered a strategic cooperation with Unwire to transform digital payments and broaden mobility services in the UK.
Uber will continue to operate in London for another 18 months at least after winning its appeal against Transport for London (TfL).
Uber and Renault Nissan have signed a memorandum of understanding to provide electric vehicles to drivers using its app in Europe.
London taxi fleet Sherbet has warned that shared booking platforms threaten the future business model for the black cab industry.
Nearly half of passengers in England would be concerned for their safety when using ride sharing services, according to a DfT survey.
The DfT's latest report tracks the attitudes of the public to autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles and mobility services.
The Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership is trialling a new mobility platform that will offer all modes of transport through a single smartphone app.
Kia is planning to expand its partnerships with global mobility companies as part of its Plan S strategy to offer more transport services.