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Welcome to Smart Transport

Welcome to the Smart Transport website, keeping you up-to-date with the latest news, insight and reports from policymakers and thought leaders. Our news and features currently sit on the Fleet News website. This is a temporary measure until we launch our dedicated Smart Transport website in the new year.

Smart Transport connects policy to solutions by bringing national government and local authority policymakers together with private sector organisations at quaterly board meetings and conferences.

It builds understanding and collaboration. More information about Smart Transport.

The Smart Transport board members.

Latest From Smart Transport

Top Stories from Smart Transport

DfT prepares to pick three winners for Future Mobility Zone funding

UK100 and city leaders commit to Clean Air Declaration

Why should the UK lead on smart and digital transport?

Can MaaS work outside cities? Darren Shirley, chief executive of Campaign for Better Transport, believes it can

Features

A report by Gordon Young, Head of Vehicle Finance, Macquarie Specialised & Asset Finance.

The role of finance in the adoption of future transport solutions

A report by Gordon Young, Head of Vehicle Finance, Macquarie Specialised & Asset Finance.

bikes to hire on street

Micromobility: travel solutions for short journeys

Micromobility – bicycles, e-bikes, electric scooters, cargo bikes and trikes – requires sensitive planning and a dose of common sense by city policymakers, says new mobility writer and researcher Beate Kubitz.

Trevor Hoyle, Senior Vice President, Ground Operations Europe FedEx Express

Logistics of the future: where freight, smart transport and environmental responsibility meet

Trevor Hoyle, Senior Vice President, Ground Operations Europe, FedEx Express, asks: with growing awareness around our environmental obligations, how can the logistics industry use smart transport innovations to drive positive change?

ride hailing app

Can shared transport really help tackle pollution?

Beate Kubitz assesses the potential of car clubs, bike-share and lift.