To reach its target of ‘commute zero’, the Government wants companies to decarbonise the commute by encouraging their employees to switch to public transport or active travel.
Clean air zones are driving a positive modal shift to alternatives to the car, according to research commissioned by Europcar Mobility Group UK.
New analysis by the Mayor of London has shown how the badly the Covid-19 pandemic has dented public transport use and has said car trips remain too high.
For people to willingly accept changes to the way they travel, authorities need to be collaborative, not combative, reports Laura Laker.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that the Government has again extended its emergency funding support until February 4, 2022.
21st Century Passenger Systems, part of Journeo, has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s transport technology framework.
Think tank Green Alliance has called on the Government to increase investment in active travel and public transport to help reduce congestion.
Transport for London (TfL) has banned all privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles on London’s transport network.
Our reliance on car travel is a hard habit to break, but the Government needs to step up its efforts to encourage less polluting forms of travel.
BAI Communications has acquired Vilicom for an undisclosed sum to boost its 4G and 5G connected infrastructure services.
Dr Joanne Leach, research fellow, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Birmingham, reviews the city's 2031 transport plans.
Government’s transport decarbonisation plan is welcome in general, but the devil is in the lack of detail, says Paul Tuohy
Ninety-three per cent of businesses replaced domestic business trips with virtual meetings during the pandemic, new Department for Transport (DfT) research shows.
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Unmanned rail stations or bus drivers lacking empathy are among the numerous reasons those with mental health problems may avoid travel
The Scottish Government has launched the first £50 million phase of a new Scottish Zero Emission Bus Challenge Fund (ScotZEB).
Light rail operators have been granted up to £56 million in government funding to help run services as coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions are lifted.
The Government has recommended face coverings be worn on public transport when coronavirus restrictions are lifted on July 19.
A £226.5 million funding package has been announced by roads minister Baroness Vere to help improve bus services as Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
Rail minister Chris Heaton-Harris has announced a £5 million fund to develop a platform to open up rail data through a single-access platform.