Examiners from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will now be routinely checking lorries they stop at the roadside for emissions cheat devices.

The government has funded a new digital system to give drivers accurate data on street works so they can plan their journeys and avoid road works.

Highways England research found that motorway commuters travelling by motorway during the traditional 9am to 5pm day could be spending almost an hour extra on the road every week,

The DVLA has warned of misleading third party websites passing themselves off as DVLA

Lack of revenue funding and uncertainty over current levels of funding are why councils are reluctant to invest in more sustainable travel, a survey by the Local Government Association has revealed.

A new Electric, Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid training course has been met with an overwhelming response from industry professionals.

Drink driving casualties have reached a four-year high in the UK, according to figures released by the Department for Transport (DfT).

This scheme is one of four new smart motorway projects in the North West, worth around £500 million.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has released its SME Action Plan which set out plans to level the playing field for small businesses bidding for government contracts.

The number of vehicles on England’s clogged roads has risen by nearly two and a half million in the last five years.

CNG Fuels is opening a renewable biomethane refuelling station at Northampton as part a study demonstrating how compressed natural gas (CNG) can help slash road transport emissions.

The Automated and Electric Vehicles (AEV) Act, which will improve and expand electric vehicle public charging, has passed through Parliament.

The RAC has reported a 15 per cent rise in the number of drivers breaking down after hitting potholes, with the figures between April and June marking a three-year high.

Transport for London (TfL) has launched a public consultation on plans to remove the exemption from London Congestion Charge for private hire vehicles (PHVs) and introduce a new Cleaner Vehicle Discount to replace the Ultra Low Emission Discount.

Proposals to put EV charge points in new homes, offices and street lamps have been announced today by the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling as part of the government’s newly released Road to Zero strategy.

The government has announced that the new HS2 rolling stock depot will be constructed in Leeds and will have a crucial role in enabling 24-hour maintenance of the brand new high-speed trains.

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