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New statistics from the Department for Transport (DfT) suggests electric vehicles are on the rise, as more and more motorist turn away from fossil-fuel power towards greener cars.
Finland is embracing tap-to-pay on transport in two of its biggest cities as contactless payments in Nordic countries continue to thrive.
Driverless robotaxis have been launched in Beijing in what is an industry first for the autonomous vehicle sector, as Baidu hopes to have a fully operational driverless taxi service in place for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
A brand-new motorway service station in the UK has offered a glimpse into what the future of long-distance travel with electric cars might look like as it is fitted with 12 high-powered chargers.
Transport for the North is working with journey planning app Citymapper to provide passengers with more up to date information on travel disruptions.
The MBTA will commit to funding the Transit Priority Group for another year, as it looks to improve bus travel in Boston through bus lanes and signal priority.
Dubai’s RTA and financial company Visa will work together to improve Dubai’s ticketing system and make it easier for passengers to pay for their travel.
Self-driving cars could be seen on the UK’s motorways this year as the DfT looks set to allow new automated technology to be used in slow moving traffic.
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Lyft has decided to sell its autonomous driving division to Woven Plant Holdings, which is a subsidiary of Japanese motoring manufacturer Toyota.
The USDOT has sought to withdraw a rule that would have made it harder for individual states to set their own climate goals.