Decision follows support from Government for alternative emissions reduction plan.
On-demand public transport service in Brazil has removed more 6,500 vehicles from the streets and 64 tons of CO2 emissions.
Free-floating’ 100% electric car-sharing service ZITY will launch in March with 500 ZOEs available 24/7.
Influential figures from private and public sector to address delegates at March event.
The Foundation for Integrated Transport (FIT) is inviting bids for a two-year fellowship worth £70,000 to work up radical solutions on transport and climate change.
Operators urged to sign up to the Inclusive Transport Leaders Scheme to 'encourage, celebrate and promote best practice'.
Council's highways contractor, Amey, has partnered with Connexin to build the latest UK Smart City, starting with digitised roads and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) enters into agreement with Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) to launch City Architecture for Tomorrow Challenge (CATCH).
Fatalities on the roads will be almost eliminated in developed nations by 2040 according to a report from Allianz Partners.
Birmingham City Council has announced the launch of its new clean air zone (CAZ) has been postponed.
App aims to create electric vehicle car-pooling system.
French energy company EDF has acquired electric vehicle chargepoint provider Pod Point in £110 million deal.
Fleets will need support through “sudden 2020 influx” of electric vehicles, says specialist.
Inexpensive chip could accelerate connected car development and prevent crashes.
Active travel funding will help build infrastructure and promote sustainable travel habits.
Announcement promises £5bn boost for bus services and cycle links.
Four new leading speakers have been announced for the Smart Transport Conference, County Hall, London, March 17, 2020.
Liftshare says it has prevented a billion miles from being driven by encouraging people to share their journey.
Partnership announced with Nordics’ Fortum Charge and Drive will give access to more than 135,000 charge points.
Transport for London (TfL) and the City of Los Angeles to work together on series of innovation challenges.