The Covid-19 outbreak has already changed how people travel. Here we look at some of the impacts it will have on future mobility solutions.
City lies in bowl of an eroded volcano which stops gases escaping. A decade ago the council embarked on an EV journey to counter health threat
Changes to travel behaviour brought on by the coronavirus pandemic have created a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Government to reshape how transport is delivered and used.
Early Covid-19 scenes in the media showed row upon row of empty supermarket shelves and yet there were supplies, seemingly abundant, held in warehouses.
A new report says self-driving vehicles not offer the safety improvements often touted. What are the potential consequences?
Fleets are being given the opportunity to help determine how the UK will achieve net zero emissions across every mode of transport by 2050.
Manufacturer outlines its plans for a zero emission future.
Electric vehicles and new mobility solutions are touted to transform the fleet sector, but what will be their real-world impact? Four leading fleet decision-makers debate the issue.
Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles prove ideal for private hire company Green Tomato Cars to reduce its emissions.
With talk about future urban mobility focused largely on electric and autonomous vehicles, MCIA has urged industry not to overlook PLVs.
New launches and increased availability of battery electric vehicles next year will provide a boost to achieving the Government’s Road to Zero targets.
Addison Lee Group pilots Audi e-tron electric SUVs to shape future electrification strategy
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Andrew Ryan looks at the principles of Future of Mobility: Urban Strategy report and their meaning
Autonomous vehicles, drones and delivery robots will all have a part to play in the future mobility ecosystem, says KPMG.
Fleets considering electrification should “stay calm” and take a considered decision before making the move to EVs.
The Government has launched a consultation that could lead to the introduction of cars with Level 3 autonomous driving capabilities by next year.
The UK risks falling behind with autonomous vehicle development due to not pushing ahead far enough with infrastructure preparations compared with other countries, according to new research from KPMG.
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