The eye-watering bill for the UK to reach carbon net zero by 2050 - forecast to be £1.4 trillion for the nation as a whole - will be dwarfed by the cost of failing to limit global warming.
Covid-19, carbon and convenience are guiding government transport policy - and the post-pandemic recovery will not be car led, says the parliamentary under secretary for the Department for Transport.
Videos and downloads from the November 2021 Smart Transport Conference.
More than 20 experts in transport have been confirmed as speakers and chairs for the next Smart Transport Conference on November 30 in London.
Innovate UK’s Louise Mothersole will present a vision of the UK’s transport system in 2050 at the Smart Transport Conference in London on November 30.
Lord Deben, chair of the Climate Change Committee, has been confirmed as a plenary speaker at the Smart Transport Conference.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging point provision is preventing more people from adopting EVs, according to business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng.
Beth Osborne, director of Transportation for America, explains why she is against adding capacity to roads at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
New national flexible rail tickets will be available to commuters across England next week.
Parliamentarians from across the political spectrum have confirmed their support for tackling the under-representation of women in the sector workforce.
Speeches from business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, transport minister Rachel Maclean and other key figures are now available to watch on-demand.
The first day of the Virtual Smart Transport Conference starts soon, with 30-plus speakers across the two days, discussing decarbonisation, Covid-19 and more.
The Government has launched a nationwide information campaign on the introduction of E10 petrol.
Transport for London (TfL) has launched a new rental e-scooter trial in partnership with London Councils and three e-scooter operators.
CBT advisor Norman Baker will discuss the measures the organisation believes are needed to get more people back on public transport at the Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
Low-traffic neighbourhoods, mobility hubs and 15-minute neighbourhoods will be discussed at next week's Virtual Smart Transport Conference.
The latest Virtual Smart Transport Conference will examine the best ways to ensure rural communities are not left behind by new transport policies and technologies.
Keith Williams, independent chair of the Williams Rail Review, will explain the importance of a joined-up transport system at next week's Smart Transport Conference.
Delegates attending the free Virtual Smart Transport Conference will gain insight on Bath's newly launched Clean Air Zone, as well as private sector views on tackling air quality, at next month's Virtual Smart Transport conference.
Best practice examples of how to build a transport system that is inclusive and accessible for all will be available at next month’s Virtual Smart Transport Conference.