Councils across England have been awarded funding in order to carry out major road improvements as part of a £75 million government investment.

A new scheme which aims to make London a ‘fairer, greener, healthier’ city by encouraging the use of alternative transport modes has been announced by mayor, Sadiq Khan.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced plans for new bi-mode trains with more seats and better on-board facilities.

Data has shown that people using the London Underground can inhale more than 12 million toxic particles a minute, according to Transport for London (TfL) data.

Oxford City Council plans to install £500,000 of electric vehicle charging points for taxis and to phase out older, high-emitting hackney cabs from the city.

Electric car charging

A £20 million government investment is set to help develop electric vehicles capable of returning electricity to the grid.

Diesel drivers will be charged an extra £2.45 to park in certain parts of central London as part of plans to tackle air pollution.

The most polluting buses in the capital are going to be upgraded to cut their emissions by 95 per cent

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has unveiled his long-term ambition to make the capital’s transport network greener.

Three routes in the UK are being considered for Europe’s first Hyperloop - a new form of high-speed transport technology - The Telegraph has reported.

Chris Grayling has kept his job as transport secretary following Theresa May’s post-election reshuffle.

The European First cycle hire scheme is set to see 1,000 bikes made available for public hire in Manchester and Salford.

The European Commission has announced a range of new initiatives aimed at modernising mobility and transport across the EU.

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has released a briefing paper on the main proposals of the recently announced European Commission’s ‘Mobility Package’

Stagecoach Group is calling for tougher action on air quality to protect local communities following the launch of its Green Week campaign.

The introduction of the new Crossrail trains to run on Elizabeth Line services has been delayed, TfL has said.