Two men have died after the Tesla they were travelling in hit a tree and caught fire in Texas at the weekend.
A new behavioural artificial intelligence (AI) system claims to prevent more than 90% of crashes by predicting the actions of pedestrians and other road users.
Recommendations for autonomous vehicle (AV) laws are set to be published by the Law Commission before the end of the year.
This report, considers issues relating to partially automated vehicles - a vehicle which is able to operate without driver input for part of a journey, but not capable of self-driving in all conditions (AV).
Researchers are calling for an 'urgent investigation' into the technology that allows self-driving cars to communicate with operators.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed it will set out the future for smart motorways this summer.
Zenzic, the UK autonomous vehicle accelerator, has put together new safety guidance to create a framework for testing driverless vehicles on public roads.
A South Yorkshire, police crime commissioner (PCC) has written to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, calling for a ban on smart motorways.
Tier has launched a UK & Ireland Safety Board to raise the bar for safety standards across the entire e-scooter sector.
The AA’s DriveTech and e-scooter operator Tier have launched an e-scooter theory test to educate people around e-scooter safety and responsible use.
PACTS is urging the Government to change the way it reports road deaths to help improve future policy decisions.
The Scottish government has opened consultation on its plans to halve road deaths by 2030 and eliminate them entirely by 2050.
HORIBA MIRA has converted its engineering and test facilities to be ‘COVID-Secure’ in just three weeks.
A coordinated effort across Train Operating Companies and local transport operators has increased services – but overall capacity remains constrained.
Face masks will become the norm for passengers and staff as a consensus in protecting public health emerges among operators and transport authorities.
A cross-party group of MPs is demanding Ministers urgently upscale PPE for all transport workers in preparation for exiting the government-enforced lockdown.
Ambitious plans to reduce road deaths in London published as Capital sees a sharp increase in speeding during lockdown.
A national campaign led by 20’s Plenty for Us has urged the Government to reduce urban speed limits from 30mph to 20mph to ease pressure on the NHS with fewer road casualties.
Helsinki and Oslo have achieved the milestone of zero pedestrian and cyclist deaths last year, following changes to traffic infrastructure.