Junk food advertising will be banned on the entire Transport for London (TfL) network from 25 February to help tackle child obesity, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, has said.
The trial will begin during 2019 and will see the bus, operated by Stagecoach East Scotland, used autonomously to Level 4 standard
The Government has approved Nottingham City Council’s new plan to tackle air pollution in Nottingham city centre, which doesn't include the introduction of a Clean Air Zone.
Hillingdon Council has spent more than £1.4 million against plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport.
The National Cycle Network is so starved of funding that many of its bike paths are in poor condition and are in desperate need of improvements.
The West Midlands Combined Authority is poised to consider a £43 million investment in ten congestion busting projects.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced that Local councils in England will get an extra £420m to tackle potholes in the Autumn Budget.
Projects include encouraging use of electric buses in Moray and promoting greener travel options to staff and students at Glasgow Caledonian University.
The DfT has released guidance outlining the steps that UK hauliers should be taking over the coming months as they may require new paperwork following EU Exit.
To help cyclists and walkers navigate its road network the company is working closely with Sustrans to help provide safer crossings and connect cycle schemes
Rapid electric charging points will be rolled out across strategic road links in Wales as part of £2 million from the Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru.
A new white paper examining the connection between mental health and driver safety at work has been launched by Venson Automotive Solutions.
Highways England has installed 175 airport-runway-style LED road studs to help mark out lanes at one of England’s busiest motorway junctions
The new funds will help make it possible to develop and test a range of new solutions for large truck operators needing cost-effective retrofit options.
Tolls on the Severn Crossings will be abolished on Monday 17th December, allowing those travelling between South Wales and the South West of England to save on journeys.
Ten city regions across England have been shortlisted to bid for a share of £840 million to upgrade public transport links and connecting them to work areas, the Prime Minister has announced.
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