Invitation for investors to invest in rail infrastructure launches

Investors are being invited to to propose schemes that could enhance and expand the rail network.

Bromley-by-Bow becomes step-free

Lifts have now been installed at Bromley-by-Bow station for the first time, making it the 73rd step-free station on London's Underground network.

TfL to launch e-bike scheme to encourage cycling

TfL is launching a new scheme with the Association of Cycle Traders and e-bike retailers to help raise awareness of the benefits of e-bikes and encourage more Londoners to take up cycling.

Seventy POLAR rapid chargers available within M25

The UK’s largest electric vehicle charging network, POLAR, now has 70 rapid chargers within the M25.

Kent County Council launches seven-week electric bus trial

Kent County Council has launched its OppCharge Electric Bus Trial as part of plans to improve air quality.

Volvo XC90 Drive Me test vehicle

The government review will examine any legal obstacles to self-driving vehicles and highlight the need for regulatory reforms.

Cycling Minister Jesse Norman has set out his plans to help people to walk and cycle more, as part of a push to take more cars off the road, especially for shorter journeys.

Sadiq Khan presents strategy for the future of London’s transport

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has set out his ]plans to improve transport in London over the next 25 years, presenting his Transport Strategy to the London Assembly for consideration before final publication in the coming weeks.

LoCity to help judge Sustainable Mobility category, which recognises innovative schemes that help reduce the impact of transport and traffic on the environment.

£3.6 million funding has been offered to 10 projects that will transform rail passenger travel.

The National Grid is looking at plans to install superfast charging points for electric vehicles along motorways that would feed directly off the electricity transmission network, the Financial Times has reported.

The Department for Transport has announced that eight cities will benefit from a £7 million government investment in projects to improve road safety, helping create more bike-friendly areas.

As part of the government’s Clean Bus Technology Fund, bus services across Bristol, Bath and South Gloucestershire will receive a £2.2 million funding boost to cut emissions and help to improve air quality.

 New online service to help drivers report accidents

Drivers may soon be able to report accidents online, making it quicker and easier, under new proposals by the Department for Transport.

Funding boost for bus industry to improve air quality

Councils across the country will benefit from a £40 million funding boost as part of a government drive to put more low emission buses on the roads.

Road maintenance spending at lowest level in decade

Road maintenance spending by councils is at the lowest level it has been in 10 years, new government figures show.

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