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RMT proposes rail summit to help “break deadlock in driver only disputes”

In an attempt to break the deadlock of the driver only train disputes RMT general secretary Mick Cash has written to the transport secretary, proposing a summit with the Department for Transport, the train companies and RMT.

 £200 million funding for England’s roads

An investment of almost £200 million is set to be used to improve the condition of local roads up and down the country.

Highways England to remove miles of roadworks in time for Christmas

Highways England is preparing to lift and complete hundreds of miles of roadworks this week in time for the Christmas getaway.

Shell has signed an agreement with high-powered charging network operator IONITY to offer charge points across ten European countries.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling set out a new vision for the UK’s railways, including plans to end the operational divide between track and train and an evolution of the franchising system

 Features

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

The maxim ‘a stitch in time saves nine’ could not be more appropriate when it comes to road winter maintenance, writes Howard Robinson, chief executive of the RSTA

Platooning trials funded by the government will see three partially-autonomous lorries travel in a convoy on UK motorways. Transport Business finds out what the environmental benefits will be