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First Bus retrofits 1,000 buses in its UK network to comply with Euro VI emission standards as it seeks to operate a zero-emissions fleet by 2035.
Transport and political leaders in the North of England have expressed their disappointment at the news that the Department for Transport looks set to cut Transport for the North’s budget.
The self-driving vehicle market could be worth tens of billions of pounds in the coming years, as the UK Government seeks to encourage growth within the sector.
A panel of public transport and urban mobility experts discuss the work that the industry’s public and private parties need to do to deliver better services through more effective data management and usage.
The Tyne and Wear Metro in the North East of England has warned it may need more funding to keep trains running if passenger numbers fall further.
The two UK cities could receive up to £50 million to develop an all-electric bus fleet and the infrastructure to go with it.
The DfT hopes that the new open data programme will reduce waiting times for buses in the UK and make fares more transparent.
Transport for the North's new data system will make it easier for bus operators to publish their fares online, according to the authority.
The forecourt is the first of 100 similar sites being built by GRIDSERVE over the next five years.
Go-Ahead says the new electric fleet demonstrates its backing to the UK Government's "net zero" target, as the operator looks to reduce emissions in Newcastle and Gateshead.
The Welsh Government bringing the Wales and Borders franchise under public control as an Operator of Last Resort (OLR) has attracted a lot of media attention over the past few weeks, with political statements being made for and against such a move. Here, Rhiannon Holtham considers whether this decision can…
Vehicle that can complete at least part of their journey with zero emissions, such as hybrid or plug-in cars, will still be allowed to be sold until 2035 as part of the new ambitious policy.
TfL, along with London Boroughs, hopes that the trial will help it learn more about the fast-growing mode of transport in a bid to implement a more permanent scheme going forward.