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

A section of motorway has been laid out with a new surface made from waste tyres, as part of a trial from Highways England on more environmentally-friendly road surfaces.

Electric vehicles 'will not solve transport problem'

New report has warned that car use will still need to be curbed even when all vehicles are powered by clean electricity.

Spending Review must ‘save our roads’, says LGA

Funding councils have been forced to cut from road maintenance budgets since 2010 could have paid for the repair of nearly eight million potholes.

The average price of unleaded dropped 3p a litre from 130.67p to 127.62p while diesel reduced by 4.61p from 135.51p to 130.90p

The Scottish Government has confirmed funding of £20.6 million through the Switched on Towns and Cities Challenge Fund and the Local Authority Installation Programme.

The measure to improve road safety could see tyres aged 10 years and older banned from use on buses, coaches, lorries and minibuses

Match bus fare subsidies in north with that of London

Andy Burnham has urged the government to make the same subsidies for northern bus fares as those applied in London.

Funding enables installation of 100 cycle path schemes

Highways England has reached a significant milestone of installing 100 cycle schemes around the country’s busiest roads.

23 per cent of Government Car Service fleet electric

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has revealed that 23 per cent of vehicles on the Government Car Service are electric.

Payment parking machines nearing an end

New national parking data standards will support the development of apps to make parking easier for drivers.

The purpose of the driver conduct process is to ensure lorry, bus and coach drivers are fit to drive large commercial vehicles.