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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.
Bus franchising explained: What it is, where it makes sense, notable global examples, and the technology required to ensure it succeeds.
The USDOT has sought to withdraw a rule that would have made it harder for individual states to set their own climate goals.
Go-Ahead has urged drivers to use a bus, train or bike over a car just twice a month to help reduce emissions and improve air quality.
Ahead of the Scottish Elections in May, transport charity CoMo has made several suggestions to the political parties involved on how to improve mobility in Scotland.
A new survey has suggested that encouraging people back onto public transport will not be a simple task once restrictions ease further in the UK.
Four regions in France have placed orders for dual powered hydrogen-electric trains, in a bid to significantly cut down on emissions from their rail networks.
Philip Ellis talks safety and the impact of COVID-19 on micromobilty with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin, as more and more local authorities around the world begin to implement some form of micromobility scheme.
Mark Watts, Executive Director of C40 Cities and Stephen Cotton, General Secretary of the ITF, explain why transport is fundamental to the world’s recovery from COVID-19, and call on governments to put transport networks first as the world begins to emerge from the pandemic.
More than £100 million has been made available for local authorities to help purchase zero-emissions buses as part of the scheme, which the DfT hopes will help improve air quality.
Chief Executive of CoMo UK Richard Dilks explains why mobility hubs should play a key role in the green transport revolution, and explains how crucial they are in getting people out of private cars.