Is the Government acting quickly enough to keep up with the development of mobility modes such as autonomous vehicles and e-scooters?
Transport for London (TfL) and London Councils have announced an expansion of the capital’s trial of rental e-scooters.
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.
Road deaths in the UK dropped for the first time in eight years during 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, which saw a reduction in traffic levels.
'Record' increases in the number of people cycling has been recorded in London, of more than 200% on some weekends, data from TfL has found.
Transport for London (TfL) has launched a new rental e-scooter trial in partnership with London Councils and three e-scooter operators.
The Government has agreed a third funding and finance package for Transport for London (TfL) worth around £1.08 billion.
Delegates tuning in to the Virtual Smart Transport Conference will gain access to best practice sessions from three key experts on how to use data to better plan future transport provisions.
New signals are to be introduced at London road crossings to prioritise pedestrians.
The Government and the Mayor of London have agreed to extend the current Transport for London (TfL) funding deal.
London’s rental e-scooter trial will begin on June 7 in a core group of boroughs, Canary Wharf and the City of London, with more areas expected to join as the trial progresses.
Who owns transport-related data and who is prepared to share it? These questions, among many others, require resolution
The Government and Mayor of London have agreed to extend the current Transport for London (TfL) funding deal until May with an additional £260 million.
Transport for London (TfL) declares “major milestone” in tackling air pollution as London's 9,000 buses all now meet, or exceed, Euro VI emissions standard.
TfL has opened two new temporary cycle lanes totalling almost 5.5km of space as part of the Mayor’s Streetspace programme.
Non-residents of Greater London could be charged to drive into the city region if the Government does not agree to give the capital £500 million from vehicle excise duty (VED).
Transport for London (TfL) has seen the proportion of journeys made by walking or cycling increase to as much as 46% during the Covid-19 pandemic this year.
Transport for London (TfL) and the Government have confirmed an agreed £825 million finance package to deliver the final phase of the Crossrail project.
Transport for London (TfL) has partnered with Halfords to offer a 15% discount on own brand locks to help reduce cycle theft in the capital.
TfL and the Government have reached a funding agreement forecast to be worth £1.8bn to help secure services during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.