Through the ZEBRA 2 scheme, up to £129 million has been made available to help local transport authorities to introduce zero-emission buses, with the first £25 million prioritised for rural communities.
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McLaren Applied’s 5G edge connectivity platform to future-proof Network Rail’s infrastructure monitoring fleet
Following a successful bid, McLaren Applied will use its patented F1-derived Fleet Connect software and Active Antenna hardware to provide the 5G on-board connectivity solution for Network Rail's infrastructure monitoring trains.
Network Rail and Connected Places Catapult's new partnership will see Bristol's iconic train station host trials of new technologies designed to improve various aspects of the passenger experience.
Further strikes across the UK public transport industry as a result of pay and job disputes are set to cause significant disruption to passengers, particularly in the capital city.
Following the highest temperatures on record in the UK, Network Rail has brought together a selection of experts that will work to identify ways in which the railway can develop its approach to resilience during hot weather.
Following three days of strike action in June 2022, RMT Union has announced that UK railway workers will be striking once again on 27 July 2022 over job security, pay and working conditions.
Once finalised, this £45 billion plan will support the South East’s economy over the next 27 years, providing new jobs, homes and opportunities, all supported by an integrated transport network.
Network Rail and Transport for London workers are set to go on strike under the RMT and Unite unions, with services expected to be impacted from the beginning of service on 21 June through to 26 June 2022.
In line with the city’s post-pandemic recovery efforts, Liverpool City Region reports significant growth in public transport usage, with passenger numbers now nearing those seen before the first national lockdown in March 2020.
In line with its planned opening in the first half of 2022, Transport for London is set to begin the next phase of Trial Operations on the Elizabeth line, including undertaking evacuations and simulated scenarios.
Ahead of its planned opening in the first half of 2022, TfL has begun the final phase of the Elizabeth line's testing programme to ensure the safety and reliability of the railway for public use.
Chris Heaton-Harris MP, the Minister of State for the Department for Transport, outlines some of the measures that the UK government is taking to ensure that the country’s transport network can be used by all.
Jo Field, Board Member of Women in Transport, talks to women working in the transport sector about their experiences through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The partnership will offer tips and advice to those new to cycling, as well as provide information regarding bike storage and cycling routes.
Telecom operators have been urged to come forward to develop suitable equipment to safely fix antennas onto overhead line equipment (OLE) in live rail environments.