Transport leaders from some of England’s biggest cities, including London, Birmingham and Sheffield, have backed calls for more devolution.
A bus powered entirely by human waste and food leftovers will take to the road today in a first for the UK.
China is planning massive investment in the UK infrastructure by 2025, as Beijing seeks a safe haven for outbound investment, according to research conducted by London-based Centre for Economics and Business Research and the law firm Pinsent Masons.
Government and industry funding worth a total of £11 million has been announced towards public sector hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and a new refuelling network in order to boost air quality and cut carbon emissions.
CILT (Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport) has published its 'Vision for Transport Planning' with the Transport Planning Society (TPS) – setting out challenges for the UK over the next 20 years and the role of planners.
With a decision due next month regarding the future of the Nissan battery plants in Sunderland and Smyrna, Tennessee, news agency Reuters is reporting that company boss Carlos Ghosn is preparing to cut battery manufacturing – a move which re-opened deep divisions with alliance partner Renault, according to the agency.
David Cameron and George Osborne will today throw their weight behind a third high-speed rail network, HS3, to connect northern cities and towns and grow the HS2 project into a bigger transport shake-up for the UK.
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.
New guide identifies open standards and datasets as key tools for authorities to streamline public transport provision, despite related security challenges
The Department for Transport has announced that rails services between Nottingham, Newark and Lincoln are to benefit from a £2 million investment package focusing on timetable improvements.
Toyota has reached an important production staging post in its programme to launch its first fuel cell vehicle – gaining government‑approved status to build and inspect high‑pressure hydrogen tanks.