Vital transport links must not be lost to the whims of technology.
London’s deputy mayor for transport and the city’s first walking and cycling commissioner says more must be done to promote active transport.
Electric vehicles are on the rise, but “range anxiety” continues to deter many car buyers and manufacturers. The next generation of battery technologies is aiming to allay those concerns.
Birmingham and the wider West Midlands region will be the site of the first Future Mobility Zone, but what does it mean, and could it set an example for the rest of the UK?
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Important lessons were learnt from Shell’s “Powering Progress Together” forum on visions of transport for 2040.
As self-driving cars reach London streets, how long it will be before the personal car – and the traffic jam – are a thing of the past?
Many motorists with bad eyesight are still behind the wheel, despite expert advice.
An AI firm has begun collecting data on London roads as it prepares to launch the first shared, driverless car service for commuters in the UK.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is urging central and local government alike to invest in better connectivity and infrastructure across the United Kingdom.