According to research published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, connected and autonomous vehicles will improve the life for six in 10 people.

Proposals for a new route to provide better journeys in Somerset has been announced by transport secretary, Chris Grayling.

Motorists will be able to identify and avoid buying the dirtiest diesel and most polluting petrol cars and vans with a new emissions scoring website.

First MTR South Western Trains Limited has been awarded the South Eastern Franchise following a consultation.

The RAC has advised motorists in the UK who are driving to Paris, Lyon and Grenoble this Easter to order emission stickers after it took six weeks for one to be delivered to the UK.

Ex-transport minister Norman Baker is joining the sustainable bus company the Big Lemon as managing director for the Brighton and Hove area.

Extra British Transport Police (BTP) were on hand yesterday, Wednesday 22 March, following an attack in London which left four people dead.

A £23 million fund to increase the uptake of hydrogen vehicles and roll out more infrastructure has been announced by the government.

Mid Devon District Council has made a deal with InstaVolt to install rapid electric vehicle charge points across the region.

An innovation funding competition to improve the railway for customers has been announced by rail minister, Paul Maynard.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has called on the government to ensure that environmental regulations are strengthened after Brexit.

Transport secretary Chris Grayling, has appointed Tim Blackmore OBE and Simon Evans as the new traffic commissioners.

Oxford council has launched a study to investigate the options for introducing a Zero Emission Zone in Oxford for 2020.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has put in place the capital’s first ever Low Emission Bus Zone in order to cut harmful nitrogen dioxide emissions.

Transport secretary Chris Grayling has identified traffic hotspots across England to receive millions of pounds worth of upgrades.

The government has awarded £4 million to different tech projects which aim to cut congestion, speed up journeys and clean up the environment.