The government has announced £32 million is to be allocated to support the growing popularity of plug-in vehicles infrastructure across the UK up to 2020.
It has been reported in Japan that there are now 40,000 charging points compared to 34,000 gas stations in the country.
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield has seen a 112 per cent increase in the amount of cargo it transports.
Proposals to switch off traffic lights outside rush hour across Britain are being considered by the Government.
A bus powered entirely by human waste and food leftovers will take to the road today.
The Financial Times, citing the research, reported that China is set to invest £105bn ($169bn, €133bn) in British infrastructure by 2025. The world's second largest economy will primarily invest in the UK's energy, property and transport infrastructure.
Regional leaders from across the north of England took part in the first Transport for the North project board meeting yesterday.
The Autumn Statement has revealed that Milton Keynes, Coventry, Bristol, and London’s Greenwich will be part of trials for driverless cars
Transport leaders from some of England’s biggest cities have backed calls for more devolution.
David Cameron and George Osborne will today throw their weight behind a third high-speed rail network, HS3, to connect northern cities and towns.
Business mobility specialist Alphabet has formed a partnership with low-carbon electricity provider EDF Energy to advise fleet customers about electric vehicle charging points and supply bespoke infrastructure to meet individual plug-in needs.