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Additional cars from last decade would cover coastline

More than 3.6 million additional cars were licensed between 2009 and 2019, enough to cover the entire British coastline.

County MPs launch rural bus inquiry

A cross-party group of MPs have launched a new parliamentary inquiry into bus services in shire counties and rural areas.

Boris Johnson confirms HS2 will go ahead

Boris Johnson confirms HS2 will go ahead, alongside radical improvements to local transport networks across the country.

The Department for Transport (DfT) has issued new guidance to help prevent terrorists getting access to commercial vehicles to be used in attacks.

The Transport Committee recommends that government extends the ban on hand-held devices to hands-free phones


Walking and cycling network worth £7.6bn per annum

Rachel White reports on the findings of the ‘Paths for Everyone’ report and the huge opportunity for central and local governments

Darren Shirley, Campaign for Better Transport

Darren Shirley discusses the current state of public transport and how local communities can encourage sustainable transport in their regions

During general wear and tear of a vehicle, brakes and tyres can produce tiny pieces of particulate matter, which can enter the air and sea and be harmful to human and marine life.

Cheat devices mean a lorry can produce up to 20 times more dangerous emissions. The DVSA has now become routinely checking lorries they stop at the roadside for emissions cheating

The Freight Transport Association has changed its Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme to become the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme to incorporate air quality performance