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.
An emissions surcharge for older vehicles in London is set to be introduced this year.
The European Commission has warned that the UK has failed to address breaches of air pollution limits for nitrogen dioxide.
Three street lights in Kensington have been converted into electric charge points as part of a trial
Improvements are set to be made to disabled toilets on trains and in stations after a Paralympian highlighted an issue with accessibility.
As part of the £1.2 billion northern line extension, two tunnel boring machines will start burrowing under south London in March.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that it is awarding funding to projects across the UK for rescue equipment and training.
A review of sentencing guidelines by the Sentencing Council has directed that speeding fines for the most serious cases in England and Wales are set to rise by 50 per cent.
The latest 2016 Report on Motoring from the RAC has found the number of motorists that are concerned over the availability of parking has increased by 75 per cent over the past year.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has warned that motorists trying to save money are putting lives at risk by buying dangerous second-hand tyres.
The Department for Transport has announced it is on the hunt for a company to design, build and maintain a fleet of high speed trains for Britain’s HS2 network, a move which is set to cost £2.75 billion.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for the trouble stricken Southern Rail franchise to be handed over to Transport for London (TfL), saying his team are ready to tackle the current strike action.
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