Over 24km of London's roadways have been chosen for the real-world trial of autonomous vehicles within the UK.
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Exploratory analysis completed by TRL identified 96,345 short car journeys that theoretically could have been walked or cycled in 2015 alone.
Passengers will be able to experience public autonomous driving services in the UK by 2021, after three driverless mobility projects receive funding.
The multi-million pound project is bringing together mobility experts and academic partners to make autonomous London a reality...
A consortium, led by TRL, has been awarded £13.4 million of the government’s £51 million Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) test bed funding for a Smart Mobility Living Lab in Greenwich, London.
24 August 2017 | By
TRL has been commissioned to monitor and evaluate the performance and impacts of low emission buses in 13 locations across the UK.
15 August 2017 | By
A new report has revealed that four out of five of the people surveyed are open to the idea of autonomous vehicles (AVs) on the UK’s roads.
Connected and autonomous vehicle technology is set to take another leap forward in the UK, following a series of recent government funding announcements. The experts at TRL, the global centre for innovation in transport and mobility, are involved in many project consortia. In this article for Intelligent Transport, TRL Chief…
15 August 2016 | By
Richard Cuerden, chief scientist, engineering & technology at the UK’s Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) discusses the potential issues surrounding the use of autonomous vehicles in smart cities following the latest Tesla crash in China...
28 July 2016 | By
Professor Nick Reed of the UK Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) highlights the importance of automated vehicles in delivering smart cities for a growing population.
13 May 2016 | By
Registration is now open for volunteers to take part in the UK’s first public driverless vehicle trials to be held in Greenwich later this year.
31 March 2014 | By
TRL, along with partners TTR and several other leading UK organisations, are taking part in a 42-month innovative demonstration project which is investigating zero emission urban bus systems...
22 May 2013 | By
London Underground and TRL are delighted to announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding...