A new crossing beneath the River Thames is expected to be built in order to improve journey times and increase capacity for traffic crossing the river east of London.
A new route for a Lower Thames Crossing which aims to reduce the burden on the busy Dartford Crossing has been revealed.
Parents in parts of London who use a car to do the school run may be fined in a bid to improve air pollution and safety, the Standard has reported.
Bus operators, local authorities and regional transport partnership’s across Scotland can apply for a share of £3 million to go towards low carbon emission buses.
Councils across England have the opportunity to bid for a share of £490 million in order to improve their roads.
The electric vehicle manufacturer, BYD, has opened its first electric bus plant in the city of Komarom, in Hungary.
The Freight Transport Association has stated that plans for an Ultra Low Emission Zone will impose unnecessary costs on small businesses in London.
London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced that the capital’s first Ultra Low Emission Zone will be implemented in two years.
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.
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