Stephen Joseph says many matters still need to be resolved, but ‘some of the directions of travel for transport are becoming clearer’.
Buses are a simple, affordable, proven way of allowing really dense use of city centres, which is economically powerful.
A bold political vision allied to urgent action has transformed travel within a city where cycling now prospers alongside scooters and Segways are set to follow
With connected shared cars comes more utilisation and more data that, used properly, can be very powerful.
Andy McDonald, shadow Secretary of State for Transport, reflects on a city that has used development of a modern tram network to replace car dominance
London Datastore recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Created to make the city’s data widely available, it was one of the first of its kind.
Manchester Metropolitan University is using a telematics-based car club system to book pool cars.
Farmdrop is an ethical grocer supplying sustainably-produced food via an online platform.
The Tesla Model 3 comes with an integrated 4G connection, meaning owners can connect to their car from anywhere in the world.
Guildford’s park-and-ride sites are served by a fleet of nine electric buses, which are popular and full, even in the middle of the day.
A report from the Commission on Travel Demand says electric and autonomous vehicles could actually exacerbate the problems of poorly utilised cars
Christian Wolmar looks at urban consolidation centres as a solution to freight transportation
The story behind the UK’s longest new domestic railway to open for 100 years.
Tallinn is the largest city to offer free public transport so far. It was made free in the city because of “social urgency”.
Innisfil in Ontario has teamed up with Uber to offer residents flat rate rides to popular destinations.
City council has authorised 18 providers but has firm rules in place.
How UPS delivery vehicles saved 10 million gallons of fuel in the USA by not turning left.
A successful collaboration between city authorities and parking operator in Strasbourg, France.
Since launching in 2013, ridership has increased from 3.5 million to 4.8 million, while public subsidy has reduced by £800,000 a year.
Britain’s largest trial of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) evaluated seven technologies, some of which could be rolled out almost immediately.