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.
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Long distance bus operators in the UK and Europe have announced a halt to services, while other operators worldwide are running reduced services as a result of the latest wave of COVID-19.
Go-Ahead has been recognised by climate watchdog the Carbon Disclosure Project for its efforts to make its bus and rail services as green as possible.
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The funding will go towards Low Traffic Neighbourhoods as well as School Streets, both of which the government hopes will promote walking and cyclng on a daily basis.
Sound will be added to TIER e-scooters amid concerns from some vulnerable road-users that the vehicles are difficult to detect when approaching.
The installation is said to mark a milestone in a station improvements programme being undertaken by GTR, which encompasses more than 230 stations and over 1,000 individual projects.
Green parking spaces, charge points at supermarkets and tourist sites, and batteries that charge in six minutes could all form part of the Government’s plans to accelerate EV uptake.
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The trial will launch to the public in Birmingham and Coventry on 10 September and up to 10,000 e-scooters are to be rolled-out across the region soon after.