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12 November 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
The Commission has the duty to assess mergers involving companies with a turnover above certain thresholds and prevent concentrations that would significantly impede competition.
6 November 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
The former PTV Vice President will help lead the global commercial operations of Immense Simulations, which focuses on the future of mobility.
1 November 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
MTR, which operates the Stockholm Metro, Stockholm commuter railway (Pendeltåg) and MTR Express, has appointed Mark Jensen as its new CEO.
31 October 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Waymo has become the first company to receive a permit from the state of California to test driverless vehicles without a backup driver in the front seat.
30 October 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
A new, not-for-profit innovation centre in Scotland is at the forefront of intelligent mobility and will facilitate transport sector growth.
24 October 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Pollutants are linked to a wide range of serious health problems and contribute to the equivalent of 1,200 deaths a year in Greater Manchester alone.
22 October 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
The new proposed policies focus on public safety, rider education and data-sharing, encouraging sustainable mobility across the city.
16 October 2018 | By Roger Vickerman - University of Kent
Professor Roger Vickerman, Emeritus Professor of European Economics at the University of Kent, discusses how the south east of England requires an overriding body that has the power to deliver Kent’s transport needs.
15 October 2018 | By Luke Antoniou (Intelligent Transport)
The recently-published transport technical notices set out plans to be put into place in the situation the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
5 October 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
APTA and UITP will work together on areas of mutual benefit and, in doing so, maximise the quality and value of their member services in a variety of ways.
3 October 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
Fuel duty, a tax placed upon fuel, is expected to generate a £28.3 billion income for the government in the year 2018-19.
25 September 2018 | By Luke Antoniou (Intelligent Transport)
A new report from the UK's Task and Finish Group on Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Licensing has made a number of recommendations for changes in how PHVs and ride-sharing companies are licensed.
18 September 2018 | By Intelligent Transport
A new report has detailed how emerging innovations, like autonomous cars and open data, should be the focus of the transport industry's investment approach.
10 September 2018 | By Yohanna Weber - Fieldfisher
The UK government has set out laudable aims for de-carbonising the country's transport network, based on establishing sophisticated EV charging infrastructure. But, as Yohanna Weber, Planning and Environment Partner at law firm Fieldfisher, explains, the lack of cohesion between different stakeholders threatens to severely hinder these plans.