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LoCity to help judge Sustainable Mobility category, which recognises innovative schemes that help reduce the impact of transport and traffic on the environment.

£3.6 million funding has been offered to 10 projects that will transform rail passenger travel.

The National Grid is looking at plans to install superfast charging points for electric vehicles along motorways that would feed directly off the electricity transmission network, the Financial Times has reported.

The Department for Transport has announced that eight cities will benefit from a £7 million government investment in projects to improve road safety, helping create more bike-friendly areas.

As part of the government’s Clean Bus Technology Fund, bus services across Bristol, Bath and South Gloucestershire will receive a £2.2 million funding boost to cut emissions and help to improve air quality.

 Features

Accessing the potential within local transport

Transport and travel choices have a huge impact on some of the most significant challenges facing government, says the Campaign for Better Transport

Cycling can revitalise UK towns and cities

Investing in cycling infrastructure and enabling more people to get around by is one of the best ways to revitalise towns and city centres, writes Rachel White, senior policy and political advisor at Sustrans, the walking and cycling charit

The LowCVP has analysed a range of retrofit technologies and devised a Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme to help transport operators identify effective solutions for lowering emissions

MaaS Scotland is a new organisation dedicated to supporting the growth of Mobility as a Service. Kate Armitage explains how this exciting new technology will revolutionise travel

With research citing that accidents and emissions are reduced on smart motorways, Alex Dalton from Northgate Vehicle Hire examines what the future plans are for this technology